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Thread: SIT-A-LONG with JUNDO: ENGAGED PATIENCE

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    SIT-A-LONG with JUNDO: ENGAGED PATIENCE



    We continue a series of talks on the Buddhist "Paramitas" (Virtues) which aid in our engaged and charitable work in the world. Today ... PATIENCE ...


    We can be diligent and energetic in our efforts, seeking a good outcome ... yet not be attached to the desired outcome.

    We can do what can be done, trying for good results ... yet filled with patience at the slow progress.

    We can try for success ... yet also know equanimity with regard to success or failure.



    It is really very simple, and something that can be applied throughout our lives.



    Treeleaf's ENGAGED & CHARITABLE PROJECTS CENTER can be found here, and we hope you will join in our group projects as an aspect of your Practice. This too is Zazen ...

    ENGAGED CENTER LINK



    Listen Through our Treeleaf Audio Podcast HERE:
    http://treeleaf.podbean.com/e/may-20...aged-patience/
    Last edited by Sekishi; 05-29-2016 at 04:54 AM. Reason: Added podcast link.
    ALL OF LIFE IS OUR TEMPLE

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    Thank you Jundo ... always a good reminder. =)

    Gassho
    Shingen

    s@today
    RINDO SHINGEN
    倫道 真現

    As a trainee priest, please take any commentary by me on matters of the Dharma with a pinch of salt.

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    Thank you.
    Kotei just sat with this.
    古庭 KoTei / Ralf

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    Gassho
    Washin
    sat today

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    Thank you Jundo.

    This talk comes in the right time for me.

    Gassho,

    Kyonin
    #SatToday
    Please remember I am only a priest in training. I could be wrong in everything I say. Slap me if needed.

    The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one. Mr. Spock

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    Thank you, Jundo. It was an encouraging talk.

    Gassho,
    Onkai
    SatToday

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    Jundo--my teacher--

    As you have taught me, today I'm thinking of patience instead of hard times, and patience with others for whom I work with in my Volunteer work--patience to come out of myself--thank you!

    Tai Shi
    or by any other name
    sat this morning
    Gassho
    The end is to know the beginning for the first time, and to know the beginning is to know the end.

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    "...working for the outcome, yet not being attached to the outcome."

    Thank you, Jundo, as always for your insightful teaching.


    Matt
    #SatToday

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    Thank you

    Gassho, Kyotai
    ST
    I am a student at Treeleaf. Please take what I say with a grain of salt. Gassho

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    Thank you Jundo.

    Gassho,
    Seidō
    SatToday
    The strength and beneficence of the soft and yielding.
    Water achieves clarity through stillness.

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    Thank you very much Jundo.

    Gassho, David

    Sattoday
    David Cravidão Lopes Pereira

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