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  When a monk was traveling on the road, he met an old woman, and asked:
-I would like to know which way that leads to Chao-chou, would you please give me the direction?
The old waman replied:
-Just go straight, don't make any... continue...

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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: WHAT IS IT THAT CANNOT BE SAID.
vertical line Posted on Jan.05.2013 @ 11:15PM EDT by leoj99
What is It That Cannot be Said.

Buddha said what can be said to his disciples
Only to Mahakashyapa where he has given what cannot be said.

So how can you tell if it cannot be said?

“What can be said I have said to you,” smiled the Buddha, “and what cannot be said, I have given to Mahakashyapa.”

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Reply from football
Jan.06.2013
03:56AM EDT 
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Haven't you have times that for a moment you say 'Ah I see it'.That's one of those times.I have it many times while answering at the forum.

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