Vol. 36 No. 1 Fall 2017
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‘Buddha’ is a temporary name for what cannot be seen when you look,
what cannot be heard when you listen, whose place of origin and passing away
cannot be found when you search. It covers form and sound, pervades sky and earth, penetrates above and below.
There is no second view, no second person,no second thought.

– Zen Master Xiatang

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Ask the One Who Knows, Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi
What does this fully capable person see, feel, and experience?

Look Again, and Again, Suzanne Taikyo Gilman
Editorial

Right View Comes First,
Why Do Beings Live in Hate? The Buddha
Two of the Buddha’s early teachings on the first aspect of the Noble Eightfold Path.

Open Letter, Beth Loffreda
What does it mean to see the world from a “white” point of view?

Ma-Tsu’s White and Black,  Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei
The awakened life is living in your own heart and mind, but how will you know?

Sangha Reflections: On View

Mountains and Rivers Order
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