Albert Low, roshi at the Montréal Zen Centre, has his (very short) bio now posted on the Sweeping Zen blog. Good to see more Canadian teachers there. http://sweepingzen.com/albert-low-bio
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I recently received an e-mail from a Chinese domain name registration company informing me that someone in China wishes to register the domain name: “sumeru-books.cn” and asking if they are either a distributor or a partner of sumeru-books.com. I explained that they are not, and that we would consider their registration of the name to... Read more »
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I’ve been having a few online conversations recently about Buddhist cults, and whether or not I should be de-listing certain centres from the canadianbuddhism.info directory on the basis of allegations about them. My position has been to take centres at face value and list them, but to openly share negative news on the Sumeru website.... Read more »
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Here’s a recent podcast with Charles Prebish by Ted Meissner on the Secular Buddhism blog: http://secularbuddhism.org/2012/06/10/episode-121-charles-prebish-an-american-buddhist-life/ Among the vital messages emerging from the hour-long interview are conversations about the impacts of sangha democratization, feminism, LGBT issues, narcissism, over-emphasis on meditation and other Western-led trends (positive and negative). You can also check it out on the SBA... Read more »
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Follow his epic journey on this English-language blog: http://journeyofspirit108.blogspot.ca/ And if you would like to host Sunim or assist him on his journey through Ontario and points east, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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