So something tells me that I’ve been online for far too long. Spending vast amounts of time sitting at my desk at work entering names and addresses into data bases or searching the internet for airline policies regarding underage kids and so on. Spending far too much time at my computer at home proofreading obscure, […]
I’ve been terribly busy lately. Summer camps, house guests, family vacations, and academic conferences have all kept me tightly engaged with the real world. If you haven’t been to see the real world yourself, I highly recommend it. My only complaint (apart from a lack of time to pursue more strictly creative endeavors) was the […]
This paper, written and edited with the gracious help of Prof. NASU Eisho of the Institute of Buddhist studies, was presented at the XI Biennial Confrence of the International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies, held in Berkeley in 2003. It was subsequently published in the 2003 issue of The Prue Land.