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  P'ang Yun (740-808) was a well known Chinese Zen Layman.
He was once selling bamboo baskets. Coming down off the a bridge, he stumbled and fell.
When Ling-chao saw this she ran to her father's side and threw herself down.
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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: EMPTINESS
vertical line Posted on Aug.21.2008 @ 03:10PM EDT by stephen
Once you realize universal emptiness, all objects are spontaneously penetrated: integrating the world and beyond, it contains all states of being within. If you lose the essence, there is nothing after all; if you attain the function, there is spiritual effect. The genuine path of unminding is not a religion for the immature.

-Fen-yang

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Reply from IZIZIZ
Aug.22.2008
09:29AM EDT 
vertical line And the mature make nothing of this.
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Reply from Woodsman
Aug.22.2008
10:12AM EDT 
vertical line Old people just don't care.
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Reply from stephen
Aug.22.2008
10:49AM EDT 
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Quote: "Old people just don't care. "
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Is not caring a function of attachment.. MU

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Reply from ______
Aug.22.2008
11:09AM EDT 
vertical line Make the mature and the immature into one. Or ask a child.
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Reply from Woodsman
Aug.22.2008
04:23PM EDT 
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Quote: "Old people just don't care. "
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oWW! that's a good one! Give me your poor, weak and down trodden! Oh, it's a work night.

I don't care.  It's the 12 our count down.
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Reply from 9999999
Aug.22.2008
04:27PM EDT 
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vertical line granny is chained up in the basement to the water heater

she is fed and watered every other day
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Reply from Snibbler
Aug.22.2008
06:06PM EDT 
vertical line That is touching, taking care of ones elderly.
(Ps! I`ts much more economical to buy dryfooder, a big bowl and U only have too feed her once a week or so!)
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Reply from Woodsman
Aug.22.2008
06:08PM EDT 
vertical line Let alone all the cleaning that comes from fecal smearing. Uh huh.
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