Larry Jordan

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Larry Jordan

Larry Jordan spent 25 years in investment banking, assisting companies, governments, and non-profit agencies in issuing over $10 billion of municipal bonds for capital projects and cash flows.

In
 2011, he quit his job and sold his house to spend his life in service. He drove veterans to the VA clinic, prepared 1,000 tax returns for low-income families, taught school in Africa, and volunteered for the American Red Cross.

Over the last 20 years, he traveled around the world, read over 1,000 books about spirituality, and had some powerful experiences in several spiritual traditions, including baking in a sweat lodge, chanting to Shiva, meditating in a zendo, and whirling with the dervishes.

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The Way: Meaningful Spirituality for a Modern World

Aug 06, 2022 by Larry Jordan
I just completed a 50,000-word manuscript called "The Way: Meaningful Spirituality for a Modern World."  

Zen and Spiritual Practice

Jul 12, 2024 by Larry Jordan

Zen is not concerned with prescription or speculation. Buddhism is mostly concerned with practice, not belief.

 

Zen and Interdependence

Jul 04, 2024 by Larry Jordan

Dogen Zenji encourages us to remove the barrier between self and other.

Zen and the Self

Jun 27, 2024 by Larry Jordan

Buddhism does not believe in a permanent, unchanging self. Of course, each of us has forms, feelings, perceptions, thoughts, and awareness. 

An Introduction to Zen

Jun 20, 2024 by Larry Jordan

Buddhism embraces a different worldview than most Western religions. Zen is experiential, not intellectual. 

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