The last edition for 2018 is available on our Myoju page.
In his dharma talk in this issue, Ekai Osho uses a beautifulJessica Zuiho Cummins
metaphor of weaving to describe our way, as a dynamic
interplay between monastic and lay practice. As the weft,
we weave our lives around the verticality and strength of
the lineage – the warp – in a dynamic and endless return
to source. The cloth that we make is the community of
Jikishoan, one that we hope is both ‘pretty and useful’, to
us and all those we serve.