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Buddhadharma : Fall 2012
2 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY FALL 2 0 1 2 24 The Heart Sutra Will Change You Forever Penetrate the true meaning of the Heart Sutra, says Karl Brunnhölzl, and nothing will be the same again. The secret is making it personal. 31 The Fullness of Emptiness Emptiness is not something to be afraid of, says Thich Nhat Hanh. The Heart Sutra teaches us that form may be empty of self but it’s full of everything else. 38 4'33" In 1952 composer John Cage shook the music world with his most radical composition to date: 4'33", known unofficially as “the silent piece.” Kay Larson explores its Zen-inspired lesson in her new book, Where the Heart Beats. 48 Traces of Kobun He was a masterful Zen teacher and calligrapher who touched the hearts and minds of those he met. We mark the tenth anniversary of Kobun Chino Roshi’s tragic death with a selection of his teachings. 50 My Teacher’s Legacy Kobun Chino came to America in 1967 at the request of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi and spent the next thirty-five years helping spread the dharma in the West. Michael Newhall recalls his teacher’s life. 56 San Francisco Zen Center at Fifty Steve Stücky, Blanche Hartman, Norman Fischer, and Mary Morgan discuss some of the challenges and achievements of one of American Buddhism’s oldest and most important institutions. Introduction by David Chadwick. 66 The Koan in the Refrigerator All he wanted was an egg. Instead, Sam Guthrie got a close-up look at his compulsive need for order. features