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Buddhism Kyoto, Zen and the Missing Bicycle

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by drkhalsa, Jan 21, 2005.

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    Kyoto, Zen and the Missing Bicycle[Travelogue] Citizen reporter Jeff Eagar meditates on philosophy, beauty and life lessons of Japan[​IMG] Email Article [​IMG] Print Article Jeff Eagar (internews) [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG]Tokyo's metropolitan nightscape may be beautiful, but the stresses of city life inspire many to flee. ©2005 Boueki
    Time flies like and arrow, so do not waste energy on trivial matters. Be attentive. Be attentive! -- Zen Master Daito, 1337
    I am from Canada but I now live in Tokyo, Japan. In a megalopolis of such gargantuan proportions, time, like Master Daito said, really does fly by without recognition. Monday morning, a crammed subway on my way to work, then somehow it's Friday night and I am in an izakaya (Japanese pub), drinking sake trying to recall where the week went. This is why when I read Zen Master Daito's pertinent words I was inspired to make a move.


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