Monthly Archives: June 2014

Why this Blog is Here

Who reads this? Probably few people or no one. Do I care? No. I’ve been writing occasionally, but why should anyone take anything I write seriously? I occasionally hand out the html address, but do that only to promote the … Continue reading

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Mythology…or no Mythology

On the 4th, The Zennist wrote about his frustration with the de-mythologizing of Buddhism in the post-spiritual Western world. I see this situation somewhat differently. In a congregation of cradle-Buddhist Chinese Americans, there’s no need to re-mythologize, because they’ve been … Continue reading

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