Trees, Rocks and Compost Piles Speak the Dharma

Debra Seido Martin
Drawing upon Dogen’s “Teachings of the Inanimate,” Seido talked about Buddhism’s approach to our conflicted relationship with the natural world and how the nondual leaps beyond false divisions. Where does nature begin and end? Where does sentience begin and end? This subject welcomes our direct experience in the natural world, our heartfelt concern for the environment, and ways we bring this awareness in our daily practice.

This talk was given Sunday, July 16.