Nov. 13-19

“As long as we think we shouldn’t feel something, as long as we are afraid of feeling vulnerable, our defenses kick in to try to get life under control, to manipulate ourselves or other people. But instead of either controlling or sequestering our feelings, we can learn to both contain and feel them fully.”

-Barry Magid


This Week’s Discussion Topic
What does the famous Zen saying “If you meet the Buddha, kill the Buddha,” mean to you?

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