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Teachings of the earth : Zen and the environment

Author: John Daido Loori
Publisher: Boston : Shambhala ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Random House, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Shambhala edView all editions and formats
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"According to Zen teaching, everything in the universe exists interdependently, so valuing the welfare of one being over another, or of humans over the planet, makes no sense at all. This teaching, which can empower us to care passionately about the earth and its future, is not only a Zen principle, it s something that comes up for anyone who carefully investigates the nature of reality. It s a lesson found  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Daido Loori
ISBN: 9781590304907 159030490X
OCLC Number: 132583846
Notes: Originally published: Teaching of the insentient. Mt. Tremper, NY : Dharma Communications, 1999.
Description: xiii, 105 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Other Titles: Teachings of the insentient
Responsibility: John Daido Loori.
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"According to Zen teaching, everything in the universe exists interdependently, so valuing the welfare of one being over another, or of humans over the planet, makes no sense at all. This teaching, which can empower us to care passionately about the earth and its future, is not only a Zen principle, it s something that comes up for anyone who carefully investigates the nature of reality. It s a lesson found everywhere we look in nature. And the idea is also found in writings by figures as diverse as Lao Tzu, Walt Whitman, Hermann Hesse, and Henry David Thoreau. John Daido Loori reveals the underlying environmental ethic animating these teachings and shows how it can be a wellspring for our appreciation of the earth in the new millennium"--Publisher description.

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