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103 "What More Could You Want?"    If you asked me when I feel best in my daily routines, I would unhesitatingly answer that it’s right after shaving my head and bathing. Instinctively I feel clear and clean both inside and out, and that’s when I feel most lighthearted. It 22 Feb 2011 6,470
102 When You Let It Go, You Feel Happy Even With Very … Essay From The Lotus Lantern, Spring Edition 07 Jul 2011 6,464
101 [Review] Finding a Joyful life in the Heart of Pai… In Finding a Joyful Life in the Heart of Pain, Darlene Cohen, a Zen priest and meditation teacher, who has suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for twenty-three years shows us how to deal with chronic pain. 13 Sep 2006 6,448
100 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri I learned to Laugh By Ven. Cheonjin 17 Jun 2011 6,435
99 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Korean Sweet Pancake and Chrysanthemums Flowers 16 Sep 2011 6,430
98 Restlessness At a red light. At a bus stop. In line at the store. While someone fills the tank with gas. Walking to class. What do these moments have in common? They are all moments in which we find ourselves waiting, a dead space, a moment of no purposeful activity, 07 Sep 2006 6,426
97 [The Day We Go to Temple] 03. Korean Traditional B… 07 Jul 2016 6,425
96 Leaving Home All of those who have experienced life as foreigners here in Korea have gotten used to a certain level of inquisitiveness from people on the street. Some of the most common questions asked are, of course, “Where are you from?”, or “Do you like Korean fo 30 Oct 2007 6,424
95 Standing Under a Tree The following is one short essay from the recently published anthology of 65 early works, compiled and translated from the late Ven. Beopjeong’s first twenty years of writing, 1965-1985. "The Sound of Water, the Sound of Wind" was published on Feb. 1, 201 21 Jan 2011 6,421
94 A Stranger in His Hometown The supreme, profound, and sublime dharma is difficult to meet even in a billion eons. But now I have been fortunate enough to have seen it, heard it, received it and kept it. I vow to attain the true meaning of the Tathagata. Homage to the dharmas that 12 Jul 2006 6,419
93 Ulyeok: Work Practice Korean temple’s work practice is from this tradition of Chan (Seon or Zen) Buddhism. In the warmer Theravadan countries resolved the eating problem by making alms rounds. When this tradition came to the colder northern countries, the self-sufficient farmi 06 May 2010 6,418
92 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Cave Story By Ven. Cheonjin 04 Apr 2011 6,405
91 Gou Sunim of Seoam Hermitage, Gakhwasa Monastery, … This article is a Special Issue in celebration of the 100th publication of "Monthly Dharma Meetings and Dharma Talks." We’ll introduce Korean contemporary Seon Masters to you by turns. 20 Nov 2006 6,392
90 "Beginning with the belief that you can do it is i… The reason we practice Seon and attend Buddhist services is to improve the quality of our lives. We generally begin this task by placing money as the prerequisite for a higher quality of life. 27 Nov 2006 6,387
89 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri The Lotus that blossomed on a Chinese Quince Tree By Ven. Cheonjin 16 Jun 2011 6,379
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