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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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RCR – Beyond Religion and Philosophy

There are probably many reading this blog who wonder why I take time to speak about philosophers, when ostensibly this blog is about zen and the practical life lived in a forest on the hills in northern Spain? My answer … Continue reading

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The Rational Animal?

What have we been given? What speaks this unspoken moment in silence? There is – within each of us whether we have experienced it or not, whether we even acknowledge it or not – something understood: Despair in a world … Continue reading

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