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Kyudo Notebook: Shinnenkai

Well, for me the taikai was a bit of a comedy of errors. Things that were planned and even discussed/rehearsed beforehand didn’t materialize, while many unplanned things did… and often! But since it was a local thing we could all … Continue reading

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Buddhist Notebook: Svatantrika View

Along with tying strings I’ve been working more with two of Jeffrey Hopkins’s books, Emptiness Yoga and Tsong-kha-pa’s Final Exposition of Wisdom, and the notes from those lectures my friend is taking. One thing I’ve never quite grasped is the … Continue reading

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