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24 Memorial Day and Nonviolence

Memorial Day and Nonviolence - Today's teisho by Sunya Kjolhede Sensei is from a talk given on the Memorial Day weekend, May 25th 2008. How do we best honor our war dead? How do we deal with the violence within us? What does Buddhist practice tell us about self and other? Please send an email to us at windhorsezen@att.net . Let us know who you are, ask questions, just let us know you're listening. The Windhorse Zen Community has meditation open to the public, and has a residential zen training program. To learn more, and to help support our podcasts and the work of the Windhorse Zen Community see our website at www.windhorsezen.org

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