Tag Archives: Thich Nhat Hahn

Caught In a World of Images

Today my husband and I are camping at Nehalem Bay on the Oregon coast, in our vintage 1977 motor home, La Verne. The wind is present here, as are the sun, the ocean, the stillness, and Milli–our sometimes barking dog. … Continue reading

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One with the mud

Last week, in the woods of the Plum Village Meditation Practice Center in France,  a 45-year-old western monastic took his life. He left behind no note, and no indication to those near to him that he was in distress during … Continue reading

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