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  One day Huang Sanku, a Confucian scholar asked Hui-tang Tsu-hsin
(1025-1100), one of the well known Chinese Ch'an masters:
-What is the Great meaning of Budhha dharmas?
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ZEN AND BUDDHISM NEWS
Here are 4 sources of 24-hour news feeds of buddism and zen news around the world.
[ buddhist channel ] [ topix net ] [ google ]


1. Open House - The Relevance of Zen Buddhism in Today's Hectic World - Las Vegas Sun

Open House - The Relevance of Zen Buddhism in Today's Hectic World
Las Vegas Sun
Attendees will have an opportunity to walk the serene grounds at the Zen Center and hear a special talk presented by Zen Master Ji Haeng. He will discuss how practicing Buddhism can change an individual's perception of events, personally and worldly.



2. Joshu Sasaki Roshi dies at 107; monk brought strict form of Zen Buddhism to US - Los Angeles Times

Joshu Sasaki Roshi dies at 107; monk brought strict form of Zen Buddhism to US
Los Angeles Times
When an obscure Japanese monk arrived in Los Angeles 52 years ago, he carried little more than a spare robe, a Japanese-English dictionary and an invitation to teach Zen. But the trappings of his life would not always be so simple. At centers he ...



3. Students meet the many faces of Buddhism in Los Angeles - USC News

USC News

Students meet the many faces of Buddhism in Los Angeles
USC News
They recently visited the Zenshūji Sōtō Mission, a Japanese Sōtō Zen Buddhist temple in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo district. Prior to the meditation, Rev. Shūmyō Kojima gave the group a tour of the temple and spoke about his personal experiences as a ...



4. J. Baird Callicott on “Judeo-Christianity, Zen Buddhism, and Environmental Ethics” - Patheos (blog)

J. Baird Callicott on “Judeo-Christianity, Zen Buddhism, and Environmental Ethics”
Patheos (blog)
Noted environmental philosopher J. Baird Callicott spoke recently at his alma mater, Rhodes College, on the subject “Judeo-Christianity, Zen Buddhism, and Environmental Ethics”. The institution's YouTube channel describes the talk this way. American ...



5. A Zen Invitation into the Ring of Fire - Patheos (blog)

A Zen Invitation into the Ring of Fire
Patheos (blog)
When I went to the google machine for some details I saw near the top of the page for “Francis” and “Xavier” and “Zen,” a link to a video clip that claims the good father actually converted to Zen Buddhism. A sweet fantasy that might appeal both to ...



6. Yen Tu - the home of Vietnam's hero king-turned-Buddha - Thanh Nien Daily

Thanh Nien Daily

Yen Tu - the home of Vietnam's hero king-turned-Buddha
Thanh Nien Daily
After successfully leading the Tran Dynasty to it final victories over two Mongol invasions, King Tran Nhan Tong gave the throne to his son and went to Yen Tu in 1299 to create the Truc Lam Buddhism Zen Sect, which had a significant impact on the ...



7. Sri Lanka, Japan and American Buddhism - Lankaweb

Sri Lanka, Japan and American Buddhism
Lankaweb
It was he and his protégé D T Susuki (1870-1966) who introduced the western audience to Zen Buddhism. It is no stretch of imagination to say that Shaku Soen was largely responsible for the perception of Buddhism in general in the west as a Rational and ...



8. Reflecting On One's Mortality In The Face Of The Unknown By Oluwatoyin ... - SaharaReporters.com

SaharaReporters.com

Reflecting On One's Mortality In The Face Of The Unknown By Oluwatoyin ...
SaharaReporters.com
There is a powerful Zen Buddhist story in Paul Reps' Zen Flesh, Zen Bones, in which a person who falls off a cliff prevents himself from plunging to his death by holding onto the branch of a tree with his teeth. As this person holds on precariously ...



9. Goryeo Buddhist paintings are 'resting place': Ven. Hyedam - Korea Times

Korea Times

Goryeo Buddhist paintings are 'resting place': Ven. Hyedam
Korea Times
"But Goryeo was the first nation to adopt Buddhism as a state religion. The world at that time was turbulent with internal strife and invasions, and Goryeo's ruling class wished to ask for forgiveness for knowingly harming other people, through ...




 



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