Month: October 2013

What is Naka Naka?

Do you know what “naka naka” means? Shoken Winecoff, the Abbott at Ryumonji Zen Monastery, explains it: Naka naka is the Japanese term for “being with what is.” Somehow, the expression seems different from our usual “it is what it is,” which implies that I have to accept it, and I’m powerless in the face … [Read More]