Tahoma Sogenji monastery

Enso House

Enso House is a home for people of all faiths who desire comfort care at the end of life. Enso House was begun in 2001 as part of Taigen Shodo Harada Roshi's vision of a home for the dying where the qualities of humility, service, compassion and forgiveness could deep-en in those both giving and receiving care. Special emphasis is placed on caring for hospice patients who desire a supportive environment to explore the spiritual dimension of dying. While some of the staff and volunteers of Enso House are Zen students in training at neighboring Tahoma Monastery, people of all religious and spiritual traditions are welcomed and supported.

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