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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: PARADOX
vertical line Posted on Oct.22.2008 @ 09:07AM EDT by IZIZIZ
How is this a paradox?
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Reply from shayne
Oct.22.2008
10:13AM EDT 
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vertical line i dont see it as paradox....i see it as an expression coming from your self.
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Reply from ______
Oct.22.2008
02:40PM EDT 
vertical line It's not.
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Reply from IZIZIZ
Oct.24.2008
05:36AM EDT 
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Is this one way too hard for us.

Maybe meditate on it for a couple of years.

Keep it in mind.

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