Discipline is essential — but it can all too easily become stoic, militant, even grim.
Spiritual work is serious — but not somber.
– Ezra Bayda and Josh Bartok
Charlotte Joko Beck, Nothing Special,
Chapter: “The Eye of the Hurricane”, p. 67.
All meetings at:
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Common Room
4225 NW 34th St
Gainesville, FL 32605
FRIDAY Evening Zen, 7pm to 8:45pm.
Two sits, chants, dharma talk.
Zen Interviews with Meredith available.
SATURDAY Morning UU Meditative Worship Service, 11am – noon.
A hymn, a 20-min sit, sharing, a reading, discussion, a hymn, a shorter sit, closing.
TUESDAY Morning Zen, 8:30am – 9:30am.
1 sit, discussion.
Book of Serenity, #82: Yunmen’s: “Voice” and “Color”
Yunmen instructed the assembly and said, “‘To realize the way through hearing a voice, to enlighten the mind through seeing color’ — Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara comes with some small change and buys poor rice cakes.
If he throws it away, he will get nice manju cakes instead.”