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This, the Zen webring, was created in 1998 and was once known as "ZenWeb". The ring includes websites offering all manner of information related to the topic of Zen. Members include Zen centers, groups, personal Zen web pages, Zen related magazines, and so forth.

 

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The limiting aspect of limits - 12/26/2012
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Image:  garysan97  on Flickr The Universe that you see around you is the result of billions upon billions of experiments.  Billions of mutations, changes, and adaptations.  Some of them work, some do not.  Some go on to be highly successful for a while, then fade ( dinosaurs ).  Some just keep adapting and getting better ( humans ). Years ago, in a book by Carl Sagan,  I read of a principle concerning complexity and the envelope of possibility.This principle is widely understood by scientists -as the range of possibilities and complexity widens, both greater success (good, beauty) and greater failure (evil, ugliness) are possible.   You cannot limit the possible 'bad' without limiting the possible 'good.' When I hear people criticize our youth for their piercings, their tattoos, or music; then blame these things for the decline of civilization, I cringe.  Here is the...

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