Category Archives: Practice

Closer Than You Think

I’ve come to the end of a six week course called “Buddhism and Modern Psychology”, and my mind has just exploded.  Professor Robert Wright—pictured above in conversation with Theravada Buddhist monk Bhikkhu Bodhi—has brought together the ancient wisdom of Buddhism … Continue reading

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A Litany of Confusion

I gave the following talk in St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Rockport, Massachusetts on March 10th, 2013. This is in part a birthday present for Mother Karin, so she won’t have to write a sermon this week, but it’s also … Continue reading

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Clue #5, Of Trees and Crows

I drive to the Birshire Mountains in a depressing, dismal cold rain, and after a couple of days in retreat, the storm in the sky and the one in my mind are beginning to clear. Continue reading

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