Leonard Cohen on how the teachings of a Zen master can manifest in unexpected and obtuse ways.
The Buddha's final words of advice to his students before he died were to take refuge in the dharma and in themselves.
Pablo Neruda wonders at the draw that pulls us in to the unknown, shifting ablutions that are the action of the sea and of water.
Santideva talks about the practice of meditation as a means to reveal Awakening Mind, here particularly focusing on the discipline and skill of relationship.
Dogen answers the questions of his students regarding monastic renunciation - how can one have faith that one's basic needs will be met?
An ancient Buddhist teaching and sutra about the power of the call back to the truth of ourselves.
The One Hundred Parable Sutra is a compilation of parables used by the Buddha to demonstrate the principles of dharma to laymen and people unfamiliar with his teachings. The short, humorous stories follow the ill-fortunes of the foolish who continue in their folly to the amusement or disbelief of the people around them.