“What we call ‘I’ is just a swinging door”

Shunryu Suzuki says, “The air comes in and goes out like someone passing through a swinging door. If you think, ‘I breathe,’ the ‘I’ is extra. There is no you to say ‘I.’ What we call ‘I’ is just a swinging door which moves when we inhale and when we exhale. It just moves; that […]

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Finding The Sacred In Washing Dishes

Forward: Through this reading, engage with each individual word and letter. Be present with this text and where you are reading it. Nicholas Herman was born in France during the 17th century. He was also born into the peasantry, unable to escape the lack of food, water, resources, and the ability to move up in […]

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