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RACISM, MURDER, & ZEN: Or, When is Silence Enough?

  RACISM, MURDER, & ZEN Or, When is Silence Enough? James Ishmael Ford. Zen is a spiritual perspective and a practice. Its primary focus is a constellation of disciplines that invite silence. And, so,

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A Zen Priest Offers a Couple of Pointers on the Spiritual Way After Religion

      A Zen Priest Offers a Couple of Pointers on the Spiritual Way After Religion James Ishmael Ford   We look around us and we see the world’s religions in turmoil. Too much certainty, too much viol

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Two Cheers for Religious Studies & a Pointer

Religious Studies emerged within European & American academic circles in the Nineteenth century. The attempt has been to unravel some of those threads of human cultures that have distinctive features

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A Footnote on the Spinoza Problem

    I’ve just finished Irvin Yalom’s novel, the Spinoza Problem. It’s one of those “novels of ideas,” and a lovely example. Irvin Yalom is no doubt best known as as an academic and principal theorist

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THE CONNOISSEUR OF SADNESS: Exploring The Hurt & the Healing of Our Lives Through a Zen Koan

      THE CONNOISSEUR OF SADNESS Exploring The Hurt & the Healing of Our Lives Through a Zen Koan James Ishmael Ford The Story Our founding ancestor was facing the wall. A student on the intimate way,

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