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Lettere di Thich Nhat Hanh

Scopri le lettere aperte di Thich Nhat Hanh sulla costruzione della comunità e su temi di attualità come i suoi straordinari messaggi a Martin Luther King, al presidente G.W. Bush, e a un giovane detenuto nel braccio della morte negli Stati Uniti.

Lettera a un carcerato

Il 12 marzo Thay ha ricevuto una lettera da Zachary Crow, che aveva offerto il suo sostegno a un giovane di nome Daniel nel braccio della morte a Jackson, Georgia, negli Stati Uniti. Insieme,…

Bat Nha: un koan

La compassionevole risposta del Maestro Zen Thich Nhat Hanh alle persecuzioni dei suoi allievi in Vietnam Il koan “Bat Nha” è il koan di tutti; è il koan di ogni persona e di ogni…

A Young Monastic’s Dream

My dear students, near and far, In the Daily Chanting book, there is a chant that I really liked when I was a novice. The prose of this piece is very beautiful, and its…

Vedere Thay nel Sangha

Agli amici e ai praticanti del ritiro “One Buddha is Not Enough” (Un Buddha non basta) Cari amici, Vi scrivo ancora dal Massachusetts General Hospital. Il trattamento sta avendo effetti positivi e abbiamo visto…

Testo Thay ha nostalgia del Sangha

Ai cari amici e praticanti del ritiro One Buddha is Not Enough (Un Buddha non basta) di Estes Park, nel Colorado. Miei cari amici, Vi scrivo dal Massachusetts General Hospital di Boston. So che…

The Mountain Cliff Robe

European Institute of Applied Buddhism Waldbroel, Germany 2009 Last night while sleeping here Thầy had a dream. He saw that he was climbing a mountain with the Buddha and with little Hải Triều Âm…

Sitting Still, Imperturbable

Sitting Still Hut, Upper Hamlet, Plum Village July 20, 2009 To my students in Bat Nha, Tu Hieu and everywhere, Thay is sitting at “Sitting Still Hut,” in the Upper Hamlet of Plum Village…

The Toadskin Hut and Paths of Legend

Thay wrote this end-of-year letter addressed to all of his students about the Toadskin Hut, the hermit of Still Sitting Hut, walking meditation paths that have become legendary, and the new young Dharma Teachers in…

Letter to Tommy in Prison

Thay replies to a prisoner who wrote to him sharing about his mindfulness practice. He asked for Thay’s advice on how to handle his strong emotions when violently provoked and challenged by other prisoners.

Comments on Tibet

When the Plum Village delegation led by Thich Nhat Hanh landed in Rome in March 2008 for fourteen days of public talks, retreats, and other events, the demonstration by 600 Tibetan monks on the occasion of…

Giving back to our motherland

Writing from exile in Paris in 1974, Thay wrote these words of encouragement and inspiration to his social workers back in Vietnam, dreaming of creating a village and practice center together.

A Proposal for Peace: 1 June, 1966

Published in Thich Nhat Hanh, Love in Action: Writings on Nonviolent Social Change (1993) This statement was read at a press conference in Washington, D.C., on June 1, 1966, and reprinted in the Congressional Record…

In Search of the Enemy of Man

Thay’s first letter to the Rev. Martin Luther King, sent on June 1, 1965. This was the start of their correspondence and friendship, and they met for the first time in Chicago one year…

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What is Mindfulness

Thich Nhat Hanh January 15, 2020

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