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  • Wilmington Zen

"What I’m really interested in and what I hope you are really interested in, is not a particular kind of something called Zen or Buddhism, although it may have that kind of flavoring or rubric, but to be a true human being, to find the correct job of being a human in each moment. Who wouldn’t want that? So one has to begin to pay attention to do that and some meditation helps. So then together, some meditation helps our life and our life maybe helps our meditation, so it doesn’t become stale and empty and self-serving. Then sitting quietly, bowing, meeting a friend for tea, cooking a meal, our whole life becomes meditation. Pure and total presence. Moment by moment."

Zen Master Dae Gak


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