A Glimpse of Nursing in a Pre and Post COVID-19 World
Abstraction When discussing the current state of nursing two questions must be considered. First, is there a safe nurse-patient ratio? Second, what has been the impact of COVID-19 on the
The Attainment of Happiness
Happiness may seem like a simple concept at first. Some people might even say they feel it every day. However, when it comes to defining it, many people may
“Not knowing how near the Truth is…”
From time to time the Green Bay Zen center selects readings from our Sutra book to recite as a group. The two main readings a person may encounter is “On
“I Need Life to Slow Down!”
Have you ever found yourself saying, “Life is too busy, I need a vacation… I need life to slow down… then… things will be better.” I know that I have.
Meditation Just Once…
Roshi Vimala Muni, John Nemick in his Dharma talk yesterday evening, pointed to an excerpt from the The Song of Zazen by Hakuin Zenji contained in the Hollow Bones Sutra
Is Western Buddhism Dying?
In an entry on sameoldzen.blogspot.com, Sensei Alex Kakuyo addresses the question, or more accuratly, makes the statement: “Western Buddhism is dying”. Kakuyo describes himself as, “an ‘elder millennial’. In other words,