I picture a really big funnel, open side up. Above it are the numberless faces of the ancestors, fading upward into invisibility. Infinite in number and variety.Read More »
he sound of Taiko drums echoed through the Perry District this weekend, each beat sending a message of thanksgiving to those who have gone before us.
For the first time in two decades the Spokane Buddhist Temple hosted an Oban FestivalRead More »
For the first time in at least 25 years the Buddhist Temple of Spokane will be putting on an Oban Festival later this month.
The festival is a Japanese Buddhist custom designed to honor the spirits of one's ancestors.Read More »
The pastor took a wrong step. I read about his accident in a yellowing El Paso Times blurb. The road was busy. He was a school master and retired pastor and was going home and then he was gone in the speed of a car. A screech, pain, blood and he was sent home to the God he followed throughout his life.Read More »