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  Nan-in, a Japanese master during the Meiji era (1868-1912), received a university professor who came to inquire about Zen. Nan-in served tea. He poured his visitor's cup full, and then kept on pouring. The professor watched the overflow... continue...

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 1201  kari hoffman from colorado found this site through a search engine (yahoo search) 05.16.2000  
  cool site. you should focus on Zen psychology. i looked you up cuz i'm looking for info on that for a class project. c-ya, kari

 1202  Surinder from London found this site through a search engine (Yahoo) 05.13.2000  
  It is but a long journey to the truth... but the first step is always the hardest

URL: Surinders World of Wisdom

 1203  Brad Jenkins from Chico, CA found this site through a search engine 05.11.2000  
  peace out

 1204  Lynne Watson from Bath Uk found this site through a search engine 05.10.2000  
  i am in some need of some quotes on "Yugen". Could you please help me? I will then tell you what I think.

 1205  Steve from Pennsylvania found this site through a personal referral 05.09.2000  
  Thank you for offering this sight online. I will check in often to learn more.

 1206  yolande' w. from found this site through a search engine 05.08.2000  
  thank you for having this site. i am new to buddhism. i found your site to be most interesting and full of the background information that a new prospect to the buddhist philosophy needs.

 1207  Stu from uk found this site through a search engine (google) 05.06.2000  
  Found your site whilst searching for buddhism info, very impressed has a nice feel to it. Shall return again.

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 1208  john gray from joplin, missouri found this site through a search engine (MSN) 05.04.2000  
  Love this site.. you have worked very long and hard on this excellent web page. You have truly chopped the wood and carried the water.

 1209  Paul Fraser from Scotland found this site through a search engine (MSN) 05.03.2000  
  Excellent concise presentation delivered in an easy to understand way. I look forward to visisting your site in the future.

 1210  Steve from Scotland, UK found this site through a search engine 05.03.2000  
  Nice one! Any good books you can recommend?

 1211  Yvonne Santoro from New Jersey found this site through a search engine (MSN) 04.27.2000  
  This is truly my first attempt at discovering Buddhism anden. I will have to visit other site to make a comparision. However, your organization is clear and easy to follow. I was able to comprehend much of what I read. Thanks Yvonne

 1212  Amber Sanders from Ok found this site through a search engine (goto.com) 04.25.2000  
  want to know more if this is mainly learned by time or just through experiences?

 1213  milton from found this site through a search engine 04.23.2000  
  Refreshing site.

 1214  Gabriel West from Chicago found this site through a search engine (Yahoo!) 04.22.2000  
  Good Day, I am very interested in furthering my studies of Buddhism. I would appreciate any/all insights for beginners. Thank you, GDWest

 1215  Bill "RJ" Hayward from Calgary, AB found this site through a search engine (GOALBERTA) 04.21.2000  
  I like it. Keep up the good work. I'm just starting my..quest.

 1216  Steve from found this site through a search engine 04.21.2000  
  i have always been in Zen thought and teachings since i was very young and first read about it.

 1217  greg lawes from australia found this site through a search engine 04.20.2000  
  Am currently reading "Zen and the Art of Motor Cycle Maintenance" by Robert M Pirsig. It got me interested to look up Zen on the Internet. I don't understand it but am trying to. I'm still searching for enlightenment - maybe oneday I'll find it.

 1218  Mike from found this site through a search engine 04.14.2000  
  It is a well pillared beleif of mine that we are products of our enviroment, because when we experience certain things in our enviroment we retain knowledge and emotion of it hence, changing our feelings and judgments.That is also a major reason why we are different. so in other words, our memory is us. so if we were to erase our memory we would be totally different people. But according to buddhism when we are "reincarnated" we` have no memory of our "prior life", therefore in our new life we totally different people hence proving death and human human extinction. But in your religion the person IN the "new life" is refered to as the same person. which not true. The way see ( which has been proven through logic) is that your religion asks full righteousness for the sake of someone elses prosperity. Someone we do not know. I will not waste my time. Please note that I only say this on the behalf and for the sake of reason.

 1219  Mike from found this site through a search engine 04.13.2000  
  In the philosophy section, you spell "hypocracy" wrong it is spelled h-y-p-o-c-r-i-s-y.

 1220  Mike from found this site through a search engine (yahoo) 04.13.2000  
  Buddhism makes no sense, it asks full rightsneousnes but does specify what is right.It also says you should get to nirvana, but in order to do that you have to eliminate desire, but in that proccess are not you desiring nirvana, hence making enlightenment impossible. And a nother thing. It asks one to give up all possessions, but by doing that you would create and obstacle for one who would want to do the same.


 



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