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Plum Village and Thich Nhat Hanh

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Regalim, Pilgrimage, Compassion: A Vision of Sovereignty in Israel

Jerusalem May 25, 2012 5 Sivan Erev shabbat, shavuot, What do you bow down to? Refinement of Sovereignty Dear Ones, Tonight in the Jewish calendar we encounter the highest refinement of our sovereignty. We have the opportunity to finish a week of refining our sovereignty by encountering the essence of sovereignty. The suchness of sovereignty. … Continue reading

Connecting Israel and Plum Village

January 25, 2010 I spent a month at Plum Village (Thich Nhat Hanh’s monastery in Southern France: http://www.plumvillage.org) before I came to Israel. In many ways, that month was my preparation, my inner preparation, to giving me support and capacity to be here in Israel in the way I value – open to what is … Continue reading

After the Rain. Call Me by MyTrue Names

Tuesday January 19, 2010 – Worlds apart in Jerusalem. After yesterday’s rains, the sky was blue with magnificent clouds over the hills.   Picture the huge majestic skies in  “Old Testament” renaissance painting. “Biblical” comes to mind. The air was fresh and clear, the pink stone paths and alleys shining, as I walked from my room … Continue reading