Tag Archives: Buddhism

No. 4 The Turn to the World

We bind ourselves Blind our eyes Cover our ears Withdraw from the world. Isolated it becomes clear Fixed in form It can be worked out Thought then has time to think. But where do we stand When thought thinks When … Continue reading

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The Future of the Seedzen Project

In this post, again in a different voice in this post and, I suppose, I should include this poem from earlier today, I try to open up just what it is that the Seedzen project is trying to do.  Yet I still do not feel I … Continue reading

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RCR – Gautama Buddha and Jesus Christ

There is the very telling argument that there was one notable Greek philosopher, Pyrrho, (360 – 270 BCE) who travelled with Alexander’s conquering army as it made its way eastwards through Persia and on into India. In India, Pyrrho encountered … Continue reading

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The Madman’s Middle Way

I have recently been reading The Madman’s Middle Way by Donald S Lopez Jr, which tells the story of the Dge lugs Tibetan monk, Gendun Chopel, as well as giving a translation and commentary on his posthumously published book, Adornment … Continue reading

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