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On Zen, Thanksgiving, Facebook, and other blessings.

Dwelling in one's true abode, unconcerned with that without, The river flows tranquilly on and the flowers are red. — "Ten Bulls of Zen," Kakuan It's Thanksgiving week, a time to be grateful, a time when we should stop paddling so hard,…

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