Sun, 20 September 2009
This is the Buddhist Ohigan service conducted during the fall and spring equinoxes, the date when the length of daylight and night are equal. This symbolizes a midpoint or a point of no return where the distance returning to your origin is equal to the distance completing your journey. Listen to today's dharmtalk as Sensei explains the meaning of Ohigan to the Buddhist community.
Direct download: DT-2009-09-20-siebuhr.mp3
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