Category Archives: Religion

PBS:Sacred Journeys

Shikoku Pilgrimage, etc. featured by PBS (info from Garyo):   .http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/sacredjourneys/content/home/

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Limited Karma Kinema in Limitless Dharma Dhatu (World)

Good morning!   We have the beautiful brilliant sun and clouds with snow in the quiet peaceful world. It’s said that we have a hundred billion planets in the Milky Way. It was estimated that there are 100 sextillion to … Continue reading

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Man’s Manipulation and Menace

Good morning!   Because of the clouds we cannot see the beautiful bright round moon today. Yesterday the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the “Doomsday Clock” a minute forward, to five minutes before Doomsday.   Like the radiation rain … Continue reading

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Vast Visiting

Good morning!   We can still see the beautiful full moon illuminating the whole world. A New York Times op-ed article said, “Go East, Young Man” to find jobs and other new things. On the way here I heard an … Continue reading

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Karma Kinetics

Good morning!   We have a nice, quiet, peaceful Sunday morning. With three sittings now, we have a little longer day since the time of the winter solstice. Tonight we can see the full moon. We can also see the … Continue reading

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Individual Karma, Shared Karma, Non-karma

Good evening!   We had a very warm day going up to seventy. We got the news that the economic damage related with the severe weather was the biggest ever. This is the shared karma.   A few days ago … Continue reading

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Death at Deadend

Good morning!   On the way here I listened to NPR, which reported the losing of millions of dollars by the lack of snow. Before that I got the news of the Japanese government not allowing nuclear reactors operating more … Continue reading

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The Sun and The Song

Good morning!   On the way here I listened to NPR. The announcer was talking about the sunflower oil in potato chips, often the second ingredient of it. He said sunflower oil might have come from Russia, which was grown … Continue reading

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Human Hells

Good evening!   Today we got the news of 9,000 radiation-caused cancer cases per year near the Indian Point nuclear power plant, located 25 miles from New York City. The other day we received other news of children’s cancer deaths … Continue reading

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Karma, Cultivation, Culture

Good morning!   Last night after sitting we had discussion as usual. Someone said that he had noticed his color-blindness only at age 18 or 19. Even blind people can cultivate their sense of space – size of the room, … Continue reading

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