Sangha is simply what we are. As we constrict our hearts and minds, what we imagine to be sangha contracts. To the degree we open our hearts and minds, our perception of sangha expands accordingly. We are called, as a sangha, to realize our inherent unity. We are called, as individuals, to become ever more expansive in our recognition of sangha.
Sangha transcends yet embodies Whitman's "I contain multitudes" and provides the opportunity to know and love them all.
to lend their voices to this journal. We welcome thoughts on practice, recommendations for books, movies, plays, art shows, contributions of a poem or quote or joke that express the dharma — or personal news such as a special accomplishment or an unusual trip. This journal is intended as a forum for voices of the sangha. Let us hear yours!
A. Jesse Jiryu Davis
Musho Rodney Alan Greenblat
Nina Shuka Klippel
Steve Junryu Reed
Sybil Myoshin Taylor