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  In Tokyo in the Meiji era there lived two prominent teachers of opposite characteristics. One, Unsho, an instructor in Shingon, kept Buddha's precepts scrupulously. He never drank intoxicants, nor did he eat after eleven o'clock in the morning.... continue...

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vertical line Posted on Jun.23.2008 @ 04:43PM EDT by lehish

"Answers that have NOTHING to do with the question, especially questions from beginners."

some posts being removed could appear as if maybe the post being responded to was posted by a "beginner", and it could appear as if' it's  is an answer that had "NOTHING  to do with the question", though could've been responding to the question, just not the way that maybe was 'expected' a question to be responded to

when breezing the leaves fall, is it judged as if right or wrong ?


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Reply from the alan
Jun.23.2008
05:46PM EDT 
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I don't know if you noticed, but many beginners or newcomers abandoned the forum after posting 1 or 2 questions, because of replies that are simply incoherent nonsense. It's been going on for too long so I am monitoring and deleting those I deemed/"judged" to be such. There are simply way too many "zen" replies that serve no purpose to the original question posted. I still let those anecdotal fun fly in threads started by the old-timers, but NOT in threads posted by someone who is seeking serious answers.

Alan

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Reply from 9999999
Jun.23.2008
06:21PM EDT 
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vertical line that's okay
why should i have it my way anyway?
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Reply from 9999999
Jun.23.2008
06:23PM EDT 
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vertical line to anyone, alan, lehish, any beginners on the forum--including rustic and woods!

to anyone who has an answer! i want to know!
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Reply from the alan
Jun.23.2008
06:55PM EDT 
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Quote: "to anyone, alan, lehish, any beginners on the forum--including rustic and woods!

to anyone who has an answer! i want to know!
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You see, this is EXACTLY the kind of nonsense I am talking about.

Alan

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