- The Zennist makes a distinction between Inner and Outer Meditation--inner meditation that reflects, if not matches, the awakened Mind of the sages and Buddhas, and outer meditation, which rests on the Five Aggregates of physical shape, feeling, perception, habitual tendencies and consciousness and is limited by this focus.
- Buddhist Art News has a piece on a new exhibit, “It’s Personal,” in which Ekkarat Punyatara’s photos offer insights into the lives of Thai monks in New York.
- Dangerous Harvests reflects on being (or not being) “The Good Zen Student.”
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