You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes a day, unless you’re too busy; then you should sit for an hour. —Old Zen Saying Whether this is indeed an Old Zen saying or someone’s more recent clever creation, it gives me a good chuckle. And from my own experience, it also rings very true! I…
I am on vacation this week--what a gift. I'm on the beach on the Gulf of Mexico side of the Florida peninsula, in a quiet little village on an island. As I write, I am looking out at the turquoise blue waves rolling up onto the white sandy beach. Heaven. I come here every spring…
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Don’t try to be everyman. Don’t pretend you’re a member of every community you visit. Don’t try to be citizens of some artificial globalized community. Go deeper into your own tradition. Call more upon the geography of your own past. Be distinct and credible. People will come.
— David Brooks (New York Times Op-Ed, June 25, 2012)