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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 TOPIC: THE WORD GRASS
vertical line Posted on Oct.23.2013 @ 04:46AM EDT by leoj99
The word grass will not give nourishment to a cow or carabao..lol
How come so many people like so much words for spiritual nourishment...lol

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Reply from so_teh
Oct.23.2013
04:52AM EDT 
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vertical line The Dharma cleans up your awakening. Like washing your face with water.
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Reply from Woodsman
Oct.23.2013
10:22AM EDT 
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vertical line Moo mo mo mo mo,  mah ma mooh ma mo moo?

Wait a minute, you used the word grass and the cow came out in me.

Mention the word enlightenment and a buddha comes out, and still speaks in cow language too. "Moo who?", it said, and asked. The Buddha speaks in every language and sound, even in silence.


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Reply from Avisitor
Oct.23.2013
12:34PM EDT 
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vertical line The mind feeds on ideas
And ideas are built with words
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Reply from football
Oct.23.2013
02:24PM EDT 
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Quote: "Buddha speaks in every language.."
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Buddha speaks in every language?

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Reply from floating_a
Oct.23.2013
06:33PM EDT 
vertical line Quote: "Moo mo mo mo mo,  mah ma mooh ma mo moo?

Wait a minute, you used the word grass and the cow came out in me.

Mention the word enlightenment and a buddha comes out, and still speaks in cow language too. "Moo who?", it said, and asked. The Buddha speaks in every language and sound, even in silence.


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Makes me feel amazing...

Whoah!!!!!!

Merci
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Reply from so_teh
Oct.24.2013
02:17AM EDT 
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Good As One.

Many As Well.

Above And Beyond.

Goes The Sound Of The Bell.

Bell.
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