Category Archives: Buddhism

Exploring Dublin

Today’s visit is a quick one to the Chester Beatty Library, a place not to overlook when you’re in town, especially if you enjoy history. The library is adjacent to Dublin Castle. Outside the library, within the castle walls, is a … Continue reading

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Remembering Ruth Denison

Ruth Denison was one of my Darma teachers. I’ve held her memory and her teachings with great appreciation. Ruth Denison Teaches  Ruth sits across from me her specter notices I have not put down my spoon between mouthfuls I comply … Continue reading

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Moss Brook mid-September​

Warm, cold, golden-green leaves and bright yellow goldenrod fill the field. Purple asters bloom near the roadside.  The last hurrah happens in the garden– plenty of kale and the squash is setting. In the background, I  hear Moss Brook run and splash, … Continue reading

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