history principles practice stories, books, media discussion forum organizations resources
zenguide.com logo
 
Wednesday Aug 27 2014 03:12PM ET
º login º register º email º guestbook º printer friendly
grey dot
  One day when P'ang layman (740-808)was selling bamboo baskets at the market place of Hung-chou.
Seeing a monk begging alms, he took out a cash and said:
-Can you tell me how to appreciate alms?
The monk had nothing to say.
P'ang... continue...

z
.
e
.
n
menu left history menu spacer principles menu spacer practice menu spacer zen media menu spacer discussion forum menu spacer organization directory menu spacer resources  
login
  DISCUSSION FORUM
» topic list   » start a new topic   » my tracked topics   » view topic
grey dot

horizontal line
→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: PLEASE, NO MORE BICKERING. MY HEADACHS.
vertical line Posted on Jul.05.2007 @ 12:40PM EDT by stephen

"Maybe we will bicker our way into the pure land, or into enlightened awareness. More likely we will bicker our way into inconclusiveness, weakness and oblivion. What are we arguing about? What is the point? What really matters?" Lewis Richmond from Ten Reasons Why Western Dharma May Fail


Go to Latest Reply   Reply to this Topic   Email stephen
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Lynnoh
Jul.05.2007
12:55PM EDT 
Email Lynnoh
vertical line were we arguing?
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 72567
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from boymonk
Jul.05.2007
01:56PM EDT 
vertical line If it can fail then it also cannot succeed. HAHA!
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 72568
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from ______
Jul.05.2007
03:05PM EDT 
vertical line Bickering? wtf are you on about? Now? Wahey!!!!
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 72577
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from Lynnoh
Jul.05.2007
03:55PM EDT 
Email Lynnoh
vertical line oh
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 72593
horizontal line
 
horizontal line
Reply from ______
Jul.05.2007
05:58PM EDT 
vertical line -Come with me to the far lands of Baghdad.

-Oh, if only I could. That's what I want more than anything in the world, but it could never be...

-Of course it can...

-But my father would find us wherever we went. Yes, he has forbidden me to... to even speak to you, if he finds me now. I don't know what he'd do...

-But he doesn't know that I'm... I'm a prince. Before, I was the thief of Baghdad now...

-It doesn't matter...

-Then follow me, darling, follow me now to the ends of the Earth
vertical line Quote & Reply   Post Reply 72607
horizontal line
 
Back To Topic List   Go to Top of Page

 



SUPPORT ZENGUIDE.COM
If you are planning on purchasing any product from amazon.com, you can help us out by using the search box to the right or by clicking on this link to begin shopping.


Purchase posters, art prints, media (music CD & DVD)

buy this BUDDHA, MAE CHAN, THAILAND
by Mark Standen
Puchase this Item
More Art Prints & Media
Zen & Buddhism books
 
 
d
.
i
.
s
.
c
.
u
.
s
.
s
.
i
.
o
.
n
.

.
f
.
o
.
r
.
u
.
m
.
Copyright © 1999 - 2014 zenguide.com - All rights reserved. °