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Dog on Zen

Dog on Zen

Naha, Japan: Conan, a male chihuahua, mimics Buddhist priest Joei Yoshikuni at Jigenin temple

Meet Conan, a male chihuahua from Naha, Japan, who’s renounced more traditional doggy pursuits for Dogen—a formative style of Zen from the 13th century that equates meditation and enlightenment as one and the same—chasing after the ever-spinning shiny wheel of rebirth before he’s even taken human birth.

Buddhist priest Joei Yoshikuni (pictured) of the Jigenin temple didn’t comment as to whether his own meditation practice had gone to the dogs…

Photograph: Toru Yamanaka/AFP
2 Comments
  • Alf
    Posted at 19:44h, 02 April

    What is the sound of one dog backwards?

  • Jaitra Gillespie
    Posted at 08:43h, 03 April

    Is it “fooW?”

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