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Lorianne DiSabato
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Writer, college instructor, Zen teacher. What's not to love?
Writer, college instructor, Zen teacher. What's not to love?

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What Haruki Murakami talks about when he talks about running.
Step by step
Step by step
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The next few days promise to be busy, so here are some pictures of sleeping cats to entertain you.
Do not disturb
Do not disturb
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Before things slow down, they speed up.
Almost autumnal
Almost autumnal
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Both feasts and potlucks are celebrations of abundance: there’s enough for everyone to eat, enjoy, and come back for seconds.
Twin feasts
Twin feasts
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I can't explain the desire to create memorial shrines where people have died, but I certainly understand it.
Not forgotten
Not forgotten
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Like a lotus flower rooted in mud, we lead lives that are silted in the nitty-gritty details of mundane life.
The Buddha's foot
The Buddha's foot
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Looking back at my twenty-year teaching career, the word “unicursal” perfectly describes it.
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It's true:  Boston-area residents never visit tourist sites except when family or friends come to visit.
A tourist in your own town
A tourist in your own town
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What felt exhilarating when you rode with training wheels feels like pure recklessness when you’re riding without.
Without training wheels
Without training wheels
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August marks the beginning of the end because the natural world can continue its unbridled fecundity only so long
The beginning of the end
The beginning of the end
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