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Intention

– noun 1. an act or instance of determining mentally upon some action or result.  2. the end or object intended; purpose…

“In order to meet the challenges facing all of us, we will need a spirituality grounded in the human heart, rather than beliefs or ideals. One that cultivates the best in each of us, challenges us to function at the level of full self-expression, and affirms the fundamental and immeasurable value of every living being.”   – Seijaku Roshi

Living a Zen-Inspired life is living your life authentically from a place the Buddhist call “one’s true nature”.  It is not defined by any means, incomparable, profound, and recognized by certain qualities.  Those qualities being loving-kindness, compassion, and a sense of purpose expressed by living one’s life for the benefit of others.

A long time ago someone told me, “The surest way to have your life continue the way it has until this moment, is to continue to live it the way you have lived it to this moment.” It is my “intention” to be an instrument for real and sustainable change.  I hope that you will join me in creating a New Dream for yourself and the children.

I Love You,

Seijaku Roshi

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