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Voices of Compassion: How Awakened Beings of the Past Can Inform Our Lives Today (Class), CC 1/27 - 3/17

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Anshin Rosalie Curtis
Jisan Tova Green
with Anshin Rosalie Curtis and Jisan Tova Green
Mondays, January 27 - March 17
(8 classes)
7:30 - 9 pm

The qualities we admire in awakened beings (bodhisattvas) of the past and present can inform and enliven our lives. Compassion, wisdom, focused activity and great vow—these qualities can encourage us to deepen our intention to live meaningful lives. In this class we will study Pema Chodron’s No Time to Lose, a commentary on Shantideva’s The Way of the Bodhisattva, and Taigen Dan Leighton’s Faces of Compassion: Classic Bodhisattva Archetypes and their Modern Expression. Through individual reflection and discussion we will relate these teachings to living fully and beneficially in today’s precious and challenging world.

Fees: $120; $108 current SFZC members; $96 limited income. Some partial scholarships available. (About Registration, Scholarships and Cancellations.)

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Anshin Rosalie Curtis
Anshin Rosalie Curtis came to Zen Center for the first time on January 2, 1982 for a Saturday Dharma talk. She has held various staff and officer positions and was Zen Center's graphic designer for ten years in the 1990s. She completed her shuso training as a lay practitioner in 2004, was ordained as a priest a year later, and received Dharma transmission from Michael Wenger in 2011. Currently she is the tanto, head of practice, at City Center.

Jisan Tova Green
Jisan Tova Green, LCSW, currently serves on the Board of Directors as Vice President of San Francisco Zen Center. Previously she held positions as City Center Director and as a hospice social worker. A practice leader at San Francisco Zen Center, Tova co-founded Zen Center's Queer Dharma Group.