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    Sunday Sit (Zazen for Peace) - Sunday, June 11th, 2023

    Please Join Us as we continue to sit, offering our sincere efforts to peace, children, and the injured in Ukraine and around the world.

    We will gather for the Sunday Sit on Sunday, June 11th, 2023, beginning at 6 am Los Angeles time, 9 am New York time, 2 pm in London, 3 pm in Paris, 4 pm Kyiv time, and 4 pm Moscow time.

    You can check the Treeleaf Calendar for your local time here:

    We meet in the Treeleaf Now Scheduled Sitting Room here:

    Livestream and "any-time" recording can be found here:

    The format of the sitting will be:

    - Heart Sutra
    - Zazen 40 minutes
    - Verse of Atonement and the Four Vows

    ALL are welcome! Please, join us! No prior experience is required -- just come sit with us.

    Washin and "Zazen for Peace" team
    蘭道 迷安 | Raandou Meian |
    Orchid Way | Wandering at Rest |
    Anything this priest-in-training says is just 'dust in the wind'.
    "All of Life and Disability is my Temple."

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    Poetry is a tribute to Peace, cam and providing. My poetry is about heart which I dedicate to peace for Ukraine, and Japan, let old spellings fade away, let us see Ukrainian people for who they are; let the allies provide what they never did for Japan instead of crushing them; so, let this Zazen be for Peace.
    Tai Shi
    Last edited by Tai Shi; 06-11-2023 at 12:29 PM. Reason: truth
    Peaceful Poetry, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, 台 婆

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    Kaidō (皆道) Every Way
    Washin (和信) Harmony Trust
    I am a novice priest-in-training. Anything that I say must not be considered as teaching
    and should be taken with a 'grain of salt'.

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    Tragic, recent attacks have his Odesa too ...

    Russian strikes kill three in Odesa, hit Poltava air base, Ukraine says

    Russia fired missiles and drones at targets across Ukraine in the early hours of Saturday, killing three civilians in the Black Sea city of Odesa and striking a military air field in the central Poltava region, Kyiv authorities said.

    The attacks, in which a 29-year-old was also killed in the northeast Kharkiv region according to officials, were the latest in a spate of overnight strikes that Russia has intensified as Kyiv sets its sights on a major counter-offensive.

    The Air Force said the attacks involved eight ground-launched missiles and 35 strike drones. Air defence units managed to down 20 drones and two cruise missiles, it said.

    "As a result of the air fight, debris from one of the drones fell onto a high-rise apartment, causing a fire," the southern military command's spokesperson Natalia Humeniuk said of the attack on Odesa.

    Firefighters battled overnight to put out the fire in the 10-storey block in a residential area of the city, footage released by the military showed.

    The morning light revealed a gaping crater in the ground several metres wide next to the damaged building and a children's playground, a Reuters photographer said.


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    Please see my mournful poetry in Poetry. This dedicated to our friends with complete mournfully, we die with "truth."
    Peaceful Poetry, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, 台 婆

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