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  1. #2901
    Our family had to say goodbye to one of our furry family members this morning. We got him as a pup in 2008, a few years before we started our family of 3. It is a hard thing sometimes to say goodbye to those we love. Even when they are our pets. Charlie was a good boy. He will be missed.

    Gassho Kyotai
    ST LaH

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  2. #2902
    仁道 生開 - Jindo Shokai "Open to life in a benevolent way"
    May we all grow together in our knowledge of the Dharma

  3. #2903
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyotai View Post
    Our family had to say goodbye to one of our furry family members this morning. We got him as a pup in 2008, a few years before we started our family of 3. It is a hard thing sometimes to say goodbye to those we love. Even when they are our pets. Charlie was a good boy. He will be missed.

    Gassho Kyotai
    ST LaH

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    I am so sorry for your loss Kyotai. Please feel better soon.

    Gassho, Jishin, __/stlah\__

  4. #2904
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyotai View Post
    Our family had to say goodbye to one of our furry family members this morning. We got him as a pup in 2008, a few years before we started our family of 3. It is a hard thing sometimes to say goodbye to those we love. Even when they are our pets. Charlie was a good boy. He will be missed.
    I’m sorry to hear this Kyotai. Charlie is obviously a good boy and a wonderful friend. Much Metta to you, your family, and all who love Charlie.

    I will chant for all of you this evening.

    Deep bows and virtual hugs,
    Sekishi
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  5. #2905
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyotai View Post
    Our family had to say goodbye to one of our furry family members this morning. We got him as a pup in 2008, a few years before we started our family of 3. It is a hard thing sometimes to say goodbye to those we love. Even when they are our pets. Charlie was a good boy. He will be missed.

    Gassho Kyotai
    ST LaH
    Oh, I'm so sorry Kyotai. What a lucky boy he was to be so loved, you can see how happy he was in the photos.

    Much love
    Jakuden
    SatToday
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    SEIDO JAKUDEN
    I am a novice priest. Any resemblance my posts may have to actual teachings about the Dharma, living or dead, is purely coincidental (and just my attempt to be helpful).

  6. #2906
    Quote Originally Posted by Shokai View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jishin View Post
    I am so sorry for your loss Kyotai. Please feel better soon.

    Gassho, Jishin, __/stlah\__
    Quote Originally Posted by Sekishi View Post
    I’m sorry to hear this Kyotai. Charlie is obviously a good boy and a wonderful friend. Much Metta to you, your family, and all who love Charlie.

    I will chant for all of you this evening.

    Deep bows and virtual hugs,
    Sekishi
    #sat



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    Thank you

    Gassho Kyotai
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  7. #2907
    Quote Originally Posted by Jakuden View Post
    Oh, I'm so sorry Kyotai. What a lucky boy he was to be so loved, you can see how happy he was in the photos.

    Much love
    Jakuden
    SatToday
    Thank you Jakuden.

    Gassho Kyotai

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  8. #2908
    I'm sorry for your loss, Kyotai.
    Charlie was beloved, and it is so important for him.
    May he now be free from suffering and at peace.
    Metta to Charlie, to you and all your family. I'm sitting for all of you.
    Gassho,
    Mateus
    Sat/LAH

  9. #2909
    My condolences, Kyotai. From the pictures he looked like he had a great life.

    Gassho
    STlah
    James

  10. #2910
    Quote Originally Posted by Shoki View Post
    My condolences, Kyotai. From the pictures he looked like he had a great life.

    Gassho
    STlah
    James
    Quote Originally Posted by mateus.baldin View Post
    I'm sorry for your loss, Kyotai.
    Charlie was beloved, and it is so important for him.
    May he now be free from suffering and at peace.
    Metta to Charlie, to you and all your family. I'm sitting for all of you.
    Gassho,
    Mateus
    Sat/LAH
    Thank you sincerely

    Gassho Kyotai


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  11. #2911
    Stare down by Fort Worth Zoo cat.

    Gassho, Jishin, __/stlah\__

  12. #2912
    [QUOTE=Kyotai;259887]Our family had to say goodbye to one of our furry family members this morning. We got him as a pup in 2008, a few years before we started our family of 3. It is a hard thing sometimes to say goodbye to those we love. Even when they are our pets. Charlie was a good boy. He will be missed.






    Doshin
    St

  13. #2913
    so sorry, metta to you guys
    gassho, Shokai
    stlah
    仁道 生開 - Jindo Shokai "Open to life in a benevolent way"
    May we all grow together in our knowledge of the Dharma

  14. #2914
    92353480_966432213786025_2461580301483114496_o.jpg

    Very severe, tornadic storm that just missed us yesterday afternoon. We got grazed by another one later at midnight. Didn't know the storm was that bad when I took the photo standing on my lawn - got a phone call from my mom telling me to take cover shortly after snapping and uploading the photo to Instagram.


    Gassho
    Kendrick
    Sat
    “Life and death are of supreme importance. Time swiftly passes by and opportunity is lost. Each of us should strive to awaken. Awaken! Take heed, do not squander your life.” ― Dōgen

  15. #2915
    Quote Originally Posted by Kendrick View Post
    92353480_966432213786025_2461580301483114496_o.jpg

    Very severe, tornadic storm that just missed us yesterday afternoon. We got grazed by another one later at midnight. Didn't know the storm was that bad when I took the photo standing on my lawn - got a phone call from my mom telling me to take cover shortly after snapping and uploading the photo to Instagram.


    Gassho
    Kendrick
    Sat
    Wow. Great photo!

    Gassho, Jishin, __/stlah\__

  16. #2916
    Quote Originally Posted by Kendrick View Post
    92353480_966432213786025_2461580301483114496_o.jpg

    Very severe, tornadic storm that just missed us yesterday afternoon. We got grazed by another one later at midnight. Didn't know the storm was that bad when I took the photo standing on my lawn - got a phone call from my mom telling me to take cover shortly after snapping and uploading the photo to Instagram.


    Gassho
    Kendrick
    Sat
    Wow being from Oklahoma I recognize that weather! Glad you're safe, tornados can be so unpredictable and devestating, thank you for sharing the photo!

    Gassho,

    Joshua
    Sat/lah

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  17. #2917
    We had a lovely day out in southern Sweden today. This photo is from the Torup Castle, a 15-minute drive from my place.



    Gassho,

    Luigi
    ST
    Last edited by Luigi; 04-19-2020 at 07:05 PM.
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  18. #2918
    Jishin, Joshua, thank you.

    Luigi, that is a beautiful photo!

    Gassho
    Kendrick
    Sat
    “Life and death are of supreme importance. Time swiftly passes by and opportunity is lost. Each of us should strive to awaken. Awaken! Take heed, do not squander your life.” ― Dōgen

  19. #2919
    Beautiful Luigi, looks like a place I’d like to visit.
    Tai Shi
    sat/lah
    Gassho


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  20. #2920
    More of my neighborhood.
    Our mailbox.
    Tai Shi
    sat/lah
    Gassho


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  21. #2921
    That is skillfully random Tai Shi...I like the swoosh of the swingometer from grandiose Torup Castle to humble mailbox

    Where next folks?!...it's about the journey not the destination...

    http://www.instagram.com/p/B_L7tovgm...d=kl074hmysgvt

    Gassho, Chris stlah
    Last edited by ChrisKiwi; 04-20-2020 at 02:56 AM.

  22. #2922

    Random Photo Thread

    View from back yard. At 10’clock is my chicken coup and then the sun. At about 2’clock directly above the neighbor’s home is a small unidentified round object.



    Gassho, Jishin, __/stlah\__
    Last edited by Jishin; 04-24-2020 at 12:05 PM.

  23. #2923
    Sundown front yard today.

    Gassho, Jishin, __/stlah\__

  24. #2924
    Quote Originally Posted by Jishin View Post
    At about 2’clock directly above the neighbour’s home is a small unidentified round object.
    In the words of Agent Mulder, I really want to believe.

    Gassho,

    Luigi
    ST
    "Zazen is good for nothing."
    — Kōdō Sawaki (1880-1965)

  25. #2925


    Surprised by how big the Nishijima book translated by Jundo is. Just received it.
    "Zazen is good for nothing."
    — Kōdō Sawaki (1880-1965)

  26. #2926
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Surprised by how big the Nishijima book translated by Jundo is. Just received it.
    Little trivia on that. We published under the Treeleaf Publishing label, but through the Amazon self-publishing service. Someone who is not so good with math and measurements (me) clicked the wrong button for cover size. I did not realize that I had ordered the jumbo (as we used to say, "phonebook size") version until it arrived.

    Anyway, it is certainly "large print" for ease of reading.

    Gassho, J

    STLah
    ALL OF LIFE IS OUR TEMPLE

  27. #2927
    My super helpful helper....

    He thinks its a kitty hammock, but its reall a weaving loom.

    Gassho,

    Shoka
    Sat

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    Kodo Shoka

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jishin View Post
    Sundown front yard today.

    Gassho, Jishin, __/stlah\__
    This photo nourishes my spirit today Jishin.
    Thank you for your gifts and talents.
    Gassho
    Onka
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    No Gods No Masters.
    Life is too serious to be taken seriously.

  29. #2929
    Quote Originally Posted by Shoka View Post
    My super helpful helper....

    He thinks its a kitty hammock, but its reall a weaving loom.

    Gassho,

    Shoka
    Let's see what proves right
    p.s.: fascinating, your fibre and fabric art.
    Gassho,
    Kotei sat/lah today.
    古庭 KoTei / Ralf

  30. #2930
    Quote Originally Posted by Jundo View Post
    Little trivia on that. We published under the Treeleaf Publishing label, but through the Amazon self-publishing service. Someone who is not so good with math and measurements (me) clicked the wrong button for cover size. I did not realize that I had ordered the jumbo (as we used to say, "phonebook size") version until it arrived.
    It's quite a nice size, though. Quite easy to read. That was a good mistake!

    Gassho,

    Luigi
    ST/LAH
    "Zazen is good for nothing."
    — Kōdō Sawaki (1880-1965)

  31. #2931
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post


    Surprised by how big the Nishijima book translated by Jundo is. Just received it.
    Thank you for bringing Jundo’s book to my atantion again.
    Can anyone tell me if there is a way to order it other than from Amazon (I am not a big fan of Amazon)

    Gassho/SatToday
    流道
    Ryū Dou

  32. #2932
    Quote Originally Posted by Ryudo View Post
    P

    Thank you for bringing Jundo’s book to my atantion again.
    Can anyone tell me if there is a way to order it other than from Amazon (I am not a big fan of Amazon)

    Gassho/SatToday
    Alas, it is technically an Amazon publication. There is an older edition, but the 2015 "Expanded" (not with regard to the giant cover ) edition has an added section on my Dharma Grandpa, Niwa Zenji. Blackwell seems to have a copy, as does this place in UK ...

    https://www.bookdepository.com/Heart...ctCurrency=JPY

    But these days, even some of these places are secretly owned by Amazon: Such appears to be the case for "Book Depository," although not for Blackwell.

    Gassho, J

    STLah
    Last edited by Jundo; 05-06-2020 at 02:33 PM.
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  33. #2933
    Quote Originally Posted by Jundo View Post
    Alas, it is technically an Amazon publication. There is an older addition, but the 2015 "Expanded" (not with regard to the giant cover ) addition has an added section on my Dharma Grandpa, Niwa Zenji. Blackwell seems to have a copy, as does this place in UK ...

    https://www.bookdepository.com/Heart...ctCurrency=JPY

    But these days, even some of these places are secretly owned by Amazon: Such appears to be the case for "Book Depository," although not for Blackwell.

    Gassho, J

    STLah
    Thank you Jundo.
    In this case I will set my rigor aside and bow to Amazon. For the book and his author

    Gassho/SatToday
    流道
    Ryū Dou

  34. #2934
    Detail of one of the many imperial roof decorations ("walking beasts") which adorn the palaces and buildings inside Beijing's Forbidden City. The first figure is a man riding a phoenix.



    Gassho,

    Luigi
    ST
    "Zazen is good for nothing."
    — Kōdō Sawaki (1880-1965)

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