Yes, it will be good to meet you when this is over. If you did not hear
from us after you called, it is because we are not meeting at Stillpoint,
so nobody would be there to pick up the phone.
Thanks for the links!
This is Gunhild, I am a retired scientist and aspiring artist 🙂.
On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 3:05 PM Daniel McCullough <buddhistjedidan@xxxxxxxxx>
Hello to everyone. My Name is Dan McCullough. I don't think anyone really
knows me at Still Point. I have called a couple of times. I have been
studying Buddhism and Meditation. Since I was 16 in 1976. I'm a disabled
Veteran. I volunteer at the VA hospital. I teach mindfulness and meditation.
Hopefully when this is over and things work out. I can make it to some of
On Sun, Apr 26, 2020, 1:39 PM Dan <daninpgh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
One interesting side effect of the pandemic has been the opportunity to
"sit" with various American Zen communities as bring their services online.
Below are five that I am aware of, if anyone is interested in
observing/remotely sitting with other groups:
- Deep Spring Temple (i.e., Zen Center of Pittsburgh:
- Boundless Way Temple (MA, https://worcesterzen.org/ ;)
- Zen Mountain Monastery (NY, Lineage: Taizan Maezumi / John Daido
Loori: https://livestream.com/mro ;)
- San Francisco Zen Center (CA, Lineage: Shunryu Suzuki:
- Angel City Zen Center (CA, Lineage: Gudo Nishijima / Brad Warner:
I've also attached a picture of a Buddha I made in 7th grade ceramics I
recently re-discovered. I think it reminds me to be humble, ha. (But also
that a clay Buddha can indeed pass through water as long as it has first
been fired in the kiln ... which is a metaphor for ... adaptability and ...
the cultivation of resilience in trying times. Uh yeah, that's it. I'm sure
that's what I was going for.)
Hope everyone remains well,