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ティクナットハンからの手紙

Explore the Zen Master’s open letters on community-building and current affairs, including remarkable messages to Martin Luther King Jr., President G.W. Bush, and to a young man on Death Row in the U.S.

New Designs for Monastic Robes

From the hospital in Agen, Thay writes to his monastic students recommending they design new robes for working meditation, sports and swimming, and sustainable unisex canvas shoes.

Sangha Building: our noblest career

In this teaching just before his stroke, Thay emphasises that no studies, ceremonies, or personal enlightenments are more noble than the practice of sangha-building and nurturing collective awakening.

囚人への手紙

3月12日、アメリカのジョージア州ジャクソンの死刑囚ダニエルという青年を支援しているザカリー・クロウから、タイの手元へ一通の手紙が届きました。ザカリーさんとダニエルさんはマインドフルネスの実践や、タイの著書『仏陀の教えの

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.

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.

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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