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November 4 at 5: His wife the Zen teacher Eve Marko was w He was the fifth child and only boy in the family.
Everyone called him Bernie. His parents were both Jewish immigrants, his mother was Polish and had lost much of her family to the Holocaust. His father was from Russia. At a very young age he discovered a talent for taking small appliances like radios apart and putting them back together. With the attendant miracle they usually worked after reassembly.
Bernie attended Brooklyn Polytechnic where his fascination with things and with mathematics was given free range. The few pages on Zen caught his imagination.
He wanted to live in a Zen monastery, and on a kibbutz in Israel, and, to live in the Bowery. In short, he would succeed.
Bernie went to Israel and the kibbutz first. While there he had a teaching assistantship at the Israel Technion. The kibbutz introduced Bernie to practices of silence and presence, something he had primarily read about up until then.
He also met Helen Silerberg, who would become his first wife. There he worked as an aeronautical engineer focused on the development of manuals for projected Mars flights. During these years, and most important for Zen in the West, he also met Hakuyu Taizan Mazumi, who would become his primary teacher.
Bernie threw himself into the practice.
Inroughly twenty years after beginning study with Maezumi Roshi, Bernie received full Dharma transmission. There Bernie found his teaching style moving away from the traditional forms of the Soto school traditional Soto enriched by the koan curriculum he had inherited from Maezumi Roshi.
His interests in practical ways to engage the social problems of our times began to be a major part of his focus leading to the formation of the Greystone Foundation.
Probably the most notable project to arise in those years was Greystone Bakery, which employed and trained people in the neighborhood. The now named Zen Peacemakers International continues as an important stream within our contemporary Western Zen. Bernie would always dance at the edge.
He did some incredibly wise things, and a couple of monumentally stupid things.
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