Because you’re an ardent fan of the DharmaRealm podcast, breathlessly waiting on the edge of your proverbial seat for any information, you’ve probably noticed that there hasn’t been a new episode in some time. Oh? You haven’t? Well, keep reading for more info…
Today’s bit of Dharma comes from my good friend Rev. Harry Gyokyo Bridge. This is a talk he gave last fall at the San Francisco Zen Center. Not only is it a good overview of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism, he spends a good bit of time answering questions from those in attendance.
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I know I know. I never call. I never write. But it’s not for a lack of productivity. Here’s some stuff I’ve been working on (or care about) that I can share with y’all.
Last month, Shin Buddhist scholar Dennis Hirota delivered the Ryukoku Lecture at the Institute of Buddhist Studies. Prof. Hirota is rather well known in both the academic and practitioner communities largely due to his translation work, much of which is used on a near daily basis in North American Shin Buddhist communities.
I have absolutely nothing new to say. In point of fact, I have many many old things to say. And some questions, of course, but I don’t expect anyone to have any answers.
Here’s a quick, digest-y post, full of all sorts of shameless self-promotion.
Some random, but no less important, digest-y thoughts for the waning half of January.