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  Ta-mei Fa-chang (752-839) was a Chinese Ch'an master. After he got awakened under
the Great master Ma-tsu Tao-i (709-788), he went to the Ta-mei mountain and resided there.
One day there was a traveling monk who got lost in the Ta-mei... continue...

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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: ONE EXPLANATION IS. . .
vertical line Posted on May.19.2008 @ 08:47AM EDT by ______
. . . that it's incredibly difficult to explain.
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Reply from 9999999
May.19.2008
04:27PM EDT 
Email 9999999
vertical line try this on for size:


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Reply from Lynnoh
May.19.2008
04:38PM EDT 
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08:45PM EDT 
vertical line Incredible size.
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