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ZEN IN THE KITCHEN (And Everywhere Else)

TO say that Zen is an “embodied practice“is to say that Zen can’t be found in words on the page, or in the mind that creates the ideas behind those words. But we have to start somewhere, and words are what we have.

When I study the talks in , the famed collection of teachings by Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, I

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