Tag Archives: japanese

Season’s Haiku – A 365 Day Journey

Back in 2008, I started a project with the goal of writing one haiku, in the 5-7-5 format, each day for one year.  This went from 02/16/2008 to 02/14/2009 and resulted in a 62 page book of mostly nature themed haiku.  It was daunting challenge but kept me writing and thinking about writing when I […]
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Next Step – In Depth Studying

In learning my path and the next steps, the school of Japanese Soto Zen fits with my current beliefs and emerging philosophy, based on my high-level interpretation of these two schools of thought. Tibetan Buddhism Mahayana – Always working and reaching for enlightenment, as an end-goal of sorts. Japanese Buddhism Soto Zen – You are already […]
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