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The Awake Disciple

I’m contemplating “liminal space” this morning – that space of standing on a threshold, between decisions, outcomes, worlds. One of my favorite stories about liminality is in the Bible.  Jesus awaits crucifixion in the garden of Gethsemane.  He asks his … Continue reading

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Hug-less Hugging

Recent headlines:  Hugs Are Forbidden!  Just Say No to Hugs!  Will Hugs survive Covid-19?  The loss of hugs is hurtful.  Yet for a long time, I’ve engaged in hugging without hugging, a practice I call Thunder-shirting.

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A Mini-Sermon in a Mask

“Nothing is Everything.”  I gleaned this phrase from a talk that my friend Kusala Bhikshu gave at our Spiritual Center last Sunday.  Kusala serves the world by “doing nothing.”  He feeds feral cats, birds, and squirrels at the Zendo.  He … Continue reading

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