Hometown: Dayton, Ohio
March 9, 2004
It is really something I can give any name to, holy or profane, and it's still going to be a way of existence that resonates lovingkindness in this realm of universes. That's where I find some solace.
I am an American Baby Beat (zen sympathizer and admirer), according to Northern California experimental poet David Moe.
This group helps me so much in keeping my heart in my chest and won't allow it to beat out of me and inot the gutter at the corner of Clarke and Silver Star Roads (where I spend so much time crossing the boulevard of refugee dreams)
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Well, I'm just studying a little bit of this religion/philosophy in an old comparative religion handbook from the 1960's.
I plan on keeping a few of the events quite socially dynamic in nature, i.e. outdoor ruminations on the buddhist path, one or two social settings a year in (vegetarian, probably) restaurants. NO BIG BASHES, of course, at least not this year...only if we grow exponentially to a huge crowd somehow through some miracle.