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Tag: Phenomenology

Young Buddha at Home, Part-5: Three Common Mistakes we have all Made

My contribution to this essay is quite short, but the quote by Kassewitz, which works in counterpoint to my propositions on original human nature, double the length. All of Essay Thirty-Six in Darwin, Dogen, and the Extremophile Choice. The “exo-holographic” part of the acronym [SPEL, meaning: Sono-Pictorial Exo-holographic Language] derives from the fact that the …

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Young Buddha leaves Home, Part-3: Awakening to Old Buddha’s Gift—the Bodymind

A short selection from Essay Twenty-Six in Darwin, Dogen, and the Extremophile Choice. It is by a mathematical point only that we are wise, as the sailor or the fugitive slave keeps the polestar in his eye; but that is sufficient guidance for all our life. We may not arrive at our port within a …

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