|A student once asked Buddhist teacher Shunryu Suzuki, “Why do we meditate?” “So you can enjoy your old age,” the Zen master answered. Unlike much of modern culture, the world’s religious traditions see aging as a meaningful, even joyful phase in human life. Join us to hear stories about the important roles that wise elders play in Buddhism, Confucianism, Native American traditions, and others.|
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