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Buddhadharma : Fall 2014
8 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY FALL 2 0 1 4 dopers and raging—on and on it goes. It is mainly the poor and young people of color in our city who by virtue of their condition wind up here. We sit and listen and take it in. And we wonder, what is our responsibility? At other times, we’ve served food at homeless shelters, walked the disfigured shoreline of Manhattan Island, planted bulbs in a park, cleaned a park, and supported an urban youth garden in a broken part of town. These sessions, embedded in a Zen community medi- tation retreat, offer a way to viscerally witness the injustice that we so often ignore or are ignorant of because we fail to look closely at what is around us. Many of us get so caught up in our world of connectivity, dharma study, and sangha activities that we forget that the very container Buddhism is flowing into is the container we live in every day. And we can affect the forma- tion of this container by our attention and action. This is our opportunity to ask ourselves, which river am I crossing over, suffering or indifference? Mention this ad and get 20% off a new one-year subscription Fall2007EarthM i ndFa ll 2007TheZenPractitioner’sJournal$7.00$8.00Canadian dharma.net/monstore firstname.lastname@example.org • 845.688.7993 SUBSCRIBE to America’s Oldest Zen Buddhist Quarterly Within Darkness, Light MR-PROMO • $32 in digital format mountainrecord.org The Zen Practitioner’s Journal Within Darkness, Light Fall 2013 Z ’