Mountain Rain Forest Notes

Even though the life a monk was not to be my destiny beyond a certain point, there were many things about the monastic life that I loved: the camaraderie with fellow novices, the one-pointedness of purpose, the wisdom, kindness, and encouragement of some of the elder priests, the company of those to whom the process of truth, openness, understanding, compassion, and liberation was sacred, the subtle joy and serenity of living a simple life in nature. Beginning this weekend, I will begin sharing some of what it is to live this life alone and together with people who come from all over the world to share in this gentle, passionate, profound investigation here in the high mountain rain forest. A number of you have submitted some excellent questions and comments in recent days, and I will begin responding to those this next week as well.

-Scott Morrison-

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