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The power of words. Words, inspired from the subconscious and executed through written or verbal expression has the strength to change someone’s life forever. The essence of words as a work of art, whether the vehicle is poetry, or press… research or a simple journal, has a power that is imprinted forever on the soul.... Read more »
Meditation or prayer? Quite often I am asked at the understanding of how I have found peace with being raised a practicing Catholic and choosing to follow what was instinctively clear in Zen Buddhism. There is a distinct difference and although since I was a young teenager I took the path of Zen, t he... Read more »
As the historical legend will reveal, Japanese incense was discovered over fourteen hundred years ago on a tiny island called Awaji in Japan. This large piece of drift wood, that seemed to have an unusual scent to it was given to the Empress Akiko as a gift. This unique process and art form was carried... Read more »
Journal to Zen Living – 01 January, 2013. I went to the river early this morning. A promise I felt, that light would come. With my dogs by my side, camera in hand, and faith in my heart, I walked down the cold, dark path. I knew I would find light on this new day.... Read more »
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