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Ananda's Cloud-hidden Friends, Universal Life Friends, & Zen Freethinker Newsletters (1982 - 1991) now available at this page
3-27-20 - Jay Gilbert just wrote: I saw your blogspot about Ananda. I wondered if you can put out a call to see if anyone has a copy of the old Mountain Gate Study Center curriculum. Remember when we has a framework for Study Center classes? Abidharma, Koans: Blue Cliff/Mumonkan, Emptiness. I don't remember the specific categories, but then one class of each category would be offered either at City Center or at GGF each "semester". I rather remember there were 6 categories, but it was so much more comprehensive than any online courses I am seeing, or the current SFZC offerings. Ananda designed it, and I am grateful for getting such a comprehensive grounding in the teachings of the Buddha.
DC - I'm putting out the word looking for it. Thanks Jay. He says he looked for it when he was shuso but that he couldn't find a copy of it anywhere.
2-18-12 - Remembering Ananda Claude Dalenberg, Buddhist pioneer, humanist, our friend and dharma brother who died four years ago today,
James Ishmael Ford on the four year memorial day
cuke interview with Ananda - with a new brief history at the top (2-08)
MEMORIES OF SUZUKI Roshi FROM WIND BELL AND DC FILES - #8 - Ananda Dalenberg
Biographical Notes by Diane Dalenberg (daughter) and David Dalenberg (brother)
Ananda in the Zen Aluminati who - photos
Zen Aluminati Ananda Updates
Daihishin for Ananda from Gary Snyder - posthumous
Adios, Ah Budos, Ananda by Dan Welch
Ananda's Wondrous Two-footed Capability - by Brit Pyland
More On Ananda from the cuke email basket including one from Philip Whalen.
12-17-08 - Remembering My Friend by Ken O’Neill, Kyoshi
See photos of Ananda by his daughter Diane Dalenberg in the cuke Picasa Web Gallery. There are two albums - photos of Ananda and family through the years and photos of the reception after his funeral. Captions to come.
Santoka’s poem about the bell
at Eiheji, reminds me of remembering you
when hearing the bell
Claude's comment - on tape for 66-06-13 Suzuki lecture
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