Poem by Lilli Mösler read in the children‘s barracks by her at Nov 2014 Auschwitz Retreat

Können Blumen schlafen?Ist der Mond ein Mann?Bindet man im Hafen,auch das Wasser an?Kann man Liebe malen?Gibt es bunten Schnee?Wie erklärt man Zahlen?Tuen Schmerzen weh? Weist du kein Gedicht mehr? Werde ich bald groß? Brauch ich dich dann nicht mehr? Warum weinst du bloß? Can flowers sleep? Is the moon a man? Do you also tie the water in the harbour? Can you paint love?...

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What’s Love Got to Do With It? by Roshi Eve Marko

Eve’s Remarks on Bernie’s 1st 20 Years of his 60 Year Journey in Zen: Zendo Practice So what we plan to do this afternoon is that I took some notes on Bernie’s talk, and I will try to kind of uncover from my experience some of the issues that he related to, and what you also brought up. OK? And you can also ask questions as you did for him. And then after the...

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Upcoming September trip to Rwanda

At the invitation of the Zen Peacemaker Order, Center for Council has been working with NGOs in Rwanda to develop their capacity to facilitate council circles at a number of villages in-country and, now, inspired by our work in California, inside several prisons, where perpetrators of violence during the Genocide Against the Tutsis are being held. Many of these prisoners...

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Rocky and Tootsie – Live!, Take It To the Cleaners!

Just Posted New Edition of Rocky and Tootsie – Live!, Take It To the Cleaners!, Hear it at http://zenpeacemakers.org/rocky-and-tootsie-live/

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Plunging in Israel-Palestine

In January 1994—it was my 55th birthday—I did a retreat in Washington, DC, bearing witness to the question of what should I do to serve those rejected by society, those in poverty, and those with AIDS? As a result of bearing witness in that retreat—I had gone there with no ideas of what to do. I had completed work on a major project in Yonkers, NY called Greyston, but I...

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Hanuman-ji

Thirty-five years ago, Hanuman-ji flew onto this land and into our lives. Since that time, the number of devotees packed into the small shrine room grows year by year, and the need for a new temple becomes ever more clear. In the following video, Ram Dass remembers how the murti of Hanuman made his way to New Mexico. He talks about how Hanuman's arrival here represents...

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