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Lions Roar : November 2019
JUST SO PHOTO©CHELSEAVICTORIA/STOCKSYUNITED From Namu Dai Bosa: A Transmission of Buddhism in America (The Zen Studies Society) As a wanderer in this strange land forty-two years, I commemorate my teacher each autumn. Now, on the sixth floor of this hotel, He gazes at me as severely as ever. “How is the work, Awkward One?” He might be saying to me. “America has Zen all the time. Why, my teacher, should I meddle?” Namo Tasso Bhagavato Arahato Sammasambuddhassa!* — NYOGEN SENZAKI (1876–1958) Commemoration of his teacher Soyen Shaku’s death Los Angeles, November 2, 1947 * “I pay homage to the Blessed One, the Worthy One, the Fully Enlightened One” (Pali)