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Pick up a newspaper or turn on the television, and you're bound to see suffering. And it's not just on the news; we struggle with great and small issues all the time, as do our families and friends.

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Distance and separation harden the heart, making suffering inevitable. Names, labels, hatred, criticism, everywhere we look, we see how separation breeds pain and suffering.

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One of the main reasons people embark on the spiritual path is to identify what's causing their pain. Oddly enough, when we try to find our pain we often can't put our finger on it, and this is because our pain comes from an idea.

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If we want to make a new start, the first step is to open our eyes and see what we have created with our actions....

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It's very difficult to experience life directly. Our conditioning and ordinary way of perceiving often creates a haze that prevents accurate perception.

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Zen Buddhism emphasizes meditation as the means to study ourselves and understand who we truly are....

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Why is it so difficult to study? It's a deep aspect of human nature, but most of us are educated to simply learn facts and repeat them.

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Zen Buddhism emphasizes meditation as the means to study ourselves and understand who we truly are....

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Zen Buddhism emphasizes meditation as the means to study ourselves and understand who we truly are....

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What happens when we die? This is one of life's most puzzling questions, but is our preoccupation with death any different from our preoccupation with what's for dinner or our dentist appointment next week?

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