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    A religion of games

    Thanks for the explanation. The kids have a VR set at home for video games that is a lot of fun but they still prefer 2D video games. Punks! [emoji4]

    Jishin Today, 11:37 AM Go to last post

    A religion of games

    My first impression is that this is precisely why Shikantaza is -not- meditation.

    In "meditation," one typically seeks to obtain

    Jundo Today, 11:16 AM Go to last post

    A religion of games

    I fully get your point. Simplicity is what I love. But then again, while sitting I still wear my glasses as I'm very near-sighted. What would be the difference

    Roland Today, 07:19 AM Go to last post

    A religion of games

    Not really My only point is that I'd love to try it out. Until now I thought VR would Žjust' be a way to share a same space, say Jundo's Zendo, in

    Roland Today, 07:14 AM Go to last post

    How to talk about people doing awful things while not violating the precepts?

    It can be hard to know where to draw the line. Once, I told a Cousin to be careful about what he is reading because the writer likes sensationalism and

    Guish Today, 06:19 AM Go to last post