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October 17, 2008


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Hi Barry,

first, thank you for your latest comment. Just as it is, my Dharma brother. :)

It's Friday and it's time to enjoy your Friday's video.

I've been enjoying really much while watching these videos of Master Seung Sahn. It's been really inspiring.

Thank you very much for this video. When our kids goes to sleep I'll watch the other parts of this documentary.



Be Zen

Thank you for posting the video. I enjoyed it, and I look forward to seeing the other parts.

Barry Briggs

Hi Uku, thank you for your comment. I'm so glad that this movie - made in the 1990s - is available on the Net.

Hi "Be Zen" - thanks for your comment and also thanks for starting your new blog (it is new, isn't it?). I put a link to Breathe on my blogroll (over to the right --> ).

Thank you both for reading Ox Herding!

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