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Ouch!!! : Suffering, Systemic Oppression, and the Four Noble Truths

artwork by Zenju Earthlyn Manuel   Ouch! – A Four Part Essay Series on the Suffering of Systemic Oppression and the Four Noble Truths by Zenju Earthlyn Manuel   Introduction to the Series When I entered the path of Dharma someone asked, "Did you come to Buddhism because of your suffering? I responded, "No." He looked at me as if I were lying. Somewhere deep in my heart I felt he was saying that I ...

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Thus Have I Seen: Hope

Seeing things as they are, mindfully, critically, and compassionately. 13. Hope Manhattan, 2013. "The storm was harsh, and was impermanent." [divide] [divide] Thus Have I Seen A contemplative photography series by Christian Zen practitioner Kyeongil Jung.   [divide style="3"] Kyeongil Jung is a Christian Zen practitioner and currently serves as the Director for the Saegil Christian Institute for Societ ...

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Thus Have I Seen: Prayer

Seeing things as they are, mindfully, critically, and compassionately. Thus Have I Seen A contemplative photography series by Christian Zen practitioner Kyeongil Jung. 12. Prayer Grand Canyon, 2011.   "May all be peaceful in heart and pure in mind."   [divide style="3"] Kyeongil Jung is a Christian Zen practitioner and currently serves as the Director for the Saegil Christian Institute for Society ...

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Thus Have I Seen: Not Knowing

Seeing things as they are, mindfully, critically, and compassionately. Thus Have I Seen A contemplative photography series by Christian Zen practitioner Kyeongil Jung. 11. Not Knowing Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, 2006.   "Where are we going?" "Don't know." "That's great!"   [divide style="3"] Kyeongil Jung is a Christian Zen practitioner and currently serves as the Director for the Saegil Christian In ...

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Thus Have I Seen: The Light

Seeing things as they are, mindfully, critically, and compassionately. Thus Have I Seen A contemplative photography series by Christian Zen practitioner Kyeongil Jung. 10. The Light Central Park, New York, 2013. "The Light is on, and will glow as the Night comes on, too."   [divide style="3"] Kyeongil Jung is a Christian Zen practitioner and currently serves as the Director for the Saegil Christian Ins ...

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Thus Have I Seen: Destination

Seeing things as they are, mindfully, critically, and compassionately. Thus Have I Seen A contemplative photography series by Christian Zen practitioner Kyeongil Jung. 9. Destination Florida Keys, 2013.   "The way is the destination."   [divide style="3"] Kyeongil Jung is a Christian Zen practitioner and currently serves as the Director for the Saegil Christian Institute for Society and Culture in ...

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The System Stinks, Volume 5: Getting Real About Nonviolence

In our final installment of The System Stinks curriculum in 2013, we turn our attention to Buddhism's First Precept: to refrain from killing. Inside Volume 5: Getting Real about Nonviolence Now released: Our recorded members call with Nathan Schneider, co-founder of Waging Nonviolence Revolutionary Enlightenment: A Practice Offering from spiritual teacher Sage Mahosadha, who shares an innovative, real-world ...

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Thus Have I Seen: Universe

Seeing things as they are, mindfully, critically, and compassionately. Thus Have I Seen A contemplative photography series by Christian Zen practitioner Kyeongil Jung. 8. Universe New York, 2012.   "I looked up a tree, and she showed me the universe."   [divide style="3"] Kyeongil Jung is a Christian Zen practitioner and currently serves as the Director for the Saegil Christian Institute for Socie ...

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Thus Have I Seen: Continuation

Seeing things as they are, mindfully, critically, and compassionately. Thus Have I Seen A contemplative photography series by Christian Zen practitioner Kyeongil Jung. 7. Continuation Yongin, Korea, 2002.   "Don't be sad. You are not fallen; you are returned."   [divide style="3"] Kyeongil Jung is a Christian Zen practitioner and currently serves as the Director for the Saegil Christian Institute ...

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Buddha Between Beats: Hip-Hop Through A Dharma Lens

After reading some of the commentary on the White Buddhist Talk article here on TWM, it occurred to me our crew here might benefit from a bit of context on the whole Hip Hop question. Hip Hop is at the moment the medium through which global culture (if such a thing exists) is primarily mediated, through participation, imitation, analysis, critique, condemnation, monitoring, etc. Most of us who’ve attended a ...

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