“I saw the reader of the book as a friend I could trust and share my life with. That made it safer to be vulnerable.”
The Suzuki Roshi Memorial Garden is lovely and quiet, tucked into the foot of a hill behind the Herb Circle in the Green Gulch garden.
We are looking for volunteers to help pack, label, and securely store the library’s rich and varied collection.
Hakusho Ostlund completed Dharma transmission at Green Gulch Farm on July 30.
[Since ancient times there has been an] understanding of the merit of supporting the Dharma. This places our supporters in a long and important lineage.
Saturday Sangha is not simply for lay people; its value and function is far beyond that of volunteers. It will now be called Urban Gate Sangha.
Congratulations to the initiates who received the precepts in a Jukai Ceremony at SFZC’s City Center on June 17.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Alan Watts’ death, Green Gulch Farm installed a new name marker for his memorial stone.
In May, as part of her role as Branching Streams liaison, Tova Green visited Zen Centers in Washington DC, Massachusetts, and Vermont.