Category Archives: SK’s healing

“Is it safe?”

“Is it safe?” Have you ever heard, or asked, this question about going to an event or meeting in ‘a certain neighborhood’? This questions came up during reflections at Tender Shoot of Joy’s second session in our series “Buddha-Dhamma Confronting … Continue reading

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Identities on Fire with Racism (audio ready)

~ from March 11 session at TSoJ …  Mindful of how we all suffer from racism, and that we don’t suffer equally, how can Buddha-Dhamma help us understand the origins of our sufferings? Last time, we explored the fires and … Continue reading

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Guilty as hell

Black Futurity Month Black Poets Speak Out 12 Things White People Can Do Now Organization for Black Struggle Showing Up for Racial Justice We are all suffering because of this (audio)  

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Deacon Meditations

Since Thursday morning, when we found Deacon limping, his health, bodily reality, and care has absorbed a huge amount of our time, especially Jo Marie’s. She is the main practitioner here of Equine Dhamma, as well as a skilful equine … Continue reading

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The Big DuDu

DuDu is a pun. Doo-doo, caca, shit … it is hitting the fan. Big time. The prefix du-, according to the standard Pali dictionary, implies ‘perverseness, difficulty, badness’ and is ultimately identical with a second sense meaning ‘asunder, apart, away … Continue reading

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