March 29, 2020

Teisho by Roshi Bodhin Kjolhede

In his 2010 book The Active Life, acclaimed educator Parker Palmer cites three opportunities for painful growth that any of us are likely to face during our life: disillusionment, dislocation, and unbidden solitude. Zen practice enhances our ability to navigate through these three portals and to adapt to the coronavirus aftershocks that will change our lives in ways imagined by leading thinkers in a March 20 issue of Politico Magazine. “Preparing Ourselves for the Coronovirus for the Sake of Others”

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