Zoketsu Norman Fischer’s talk given at the March 3-day sesshin closing our Winter 2012 Practice Period. This talk was also part of our new Zen in Bellingham series and it was graced by a really full house. We hope everyone found the talk helpful.

Norman spoke deeply about impermanence – that central fact of our living and our world that we so easily sequester off into the conceptual construct of “later”. And yet if we don’t fully embrace impermanence our life will also be lived on a shaky foundation.


About Zoketsu Norman Fischer

Zoketsu Norman Fischer, guiding teacher of our group, offers more dharma talks, essays, and poetry at his web site,
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