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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
ELISE DEVIDO 45 step with mindfulness. I went out and, very mindfully, closed the door after me. My teacher did not have to tell me a second time. Now every time I open and close a door, I do so with mindfulness, remembering my teacher.” Later, in his further expression of those teachings—reflected in books such as The Miracle of Mindfulness and Peace Is Every Step—Thich Nhat Hanh incorporated a strong emphasis on breathing, informed in part by a deep study of the Anapanasati Sutta. Today, anyone visiting his monasteries or centers around the world will occasionally hear a “mindfulness bell”—when sounded, everyone in the community pauses, silently takes a few breaths, then returns, with attention, to the task at hand. For more than fifty years, Thich Nhat Hanh and his Order of Interbeing have helped transform Buddhist ideas and practice in the West and around the world. He and his students have established a large monastic community and a thriving lay sangha across Europe, North America, and parts of Asia. His vocabulary, his approach to practice, and even his gentle presence have so permeated Buddhism in the modern world that it is difficult to imagine it without him. Thich Nhat Hanh has become, for many, synonymous with mindful ness. He has taught us that, breath by breath, peace is every step. calligraphy Thich Nhat Hanh