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  One day Huang Sanku, a Confucian scholar asked Hui-tang Tsu-hsin
(1025-1100), one of the well known Chinese Ch'an masters:
-What is the Great meaning of Budhha dharmas?
Hui-tang replied:
-Confucius once said: "I hide... continue...

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 1281  Doctor Aal-Anubia from RTP, NC found this site through a link from another site (tylus.com) 12.14.1999  
  I look forward to the honor of meeting you to discuss future initiatives.

Many thanks, Doctor Aal-Anubia 215-519-7813 - cell

 1282  Lauren Decker from ohio found this site through a search engine 12.09.1999  
  Long Live Buddha

 1283  Marti Harvey from Dallas, TX found this site through a search engine 12.04.1999  
  Trying to learn more about buddhism. Information in my area is limited. Any suggestions?

 1284  SUE from TEXAS found this site through a personal referral ( friend) 11.27.1999  
  i find your site very interesting...very easy to understand and very complete... i will return again and again to re-read...i want to be able to comprehend everything....keep up the good work...

 1285  Martina Gristwood from Norwich England found this site through a personal referral (Friend) 11.25.1999  
  I'm amazed I've found myself

 1286  michelle perez from atlanta, georgia found this site through a link from another site 11.19.1999  
  I would love to get more information on your organization. I an currently residing at Seattle Washington (new to the area). Do you know of any organizations in this area? thank you.

 1287  Evan D. from Eastern US found this site through a search engine (yahoo) 11.16.1999  
  i really enjoy this site... it has given me knowledge that i now treasure... it is true that when one is suffering they look for a way out, i in fact choose a positive form of dealing (in zazen) instead of falling into addiction and ignorance... thank you very much

 1288  bunty hoven from found this site through a link from another site (blather) 11.15.1999  
  at last I found something usefull (but in the process I think I have missed the point)

 1289  Douglas Wolfe from Canada found this site through a search engine 11.14.1999  
  I very much enjoyed your zen guide. It reminded me of some basic truths. Thank you very much.

 1290  Greg Hartley from Ohio found this site through a search engine (Alta Vista) 11.08.1999  
  Your site is very well laid out, but please run a spell checking program on the actual text. When reading, a misspelled word really breaks up my train of thought.

URL: The Torkle's Lair

 1291  David Charlet from Las Vegas found this site through a personal referral 11.04.1999  
  You have put together a very nice website. My only thoughts on improvement are that you need to do a little editing for grammar and typos. Other than that, bravo! Good answer to the God question on the zen forum. Thanks for spreading the Dharma.

 1292  GSG from Florida found this site through other (Forgot) 11.04.1999  
  Entry # 36 GSG's Web site: Heart, eyes, love, astrology and sex. But the link did not work and this was recently brought to my notice by David Charlet of Nevada. My heartfelt thanks to him. And my apologies. The title now is Love, God & Advaita. Advaita or Non-Duality is the culmination of devotion and longing to be united with the Beloved. It appeals to the heart as well as to the head. Advaita, Buddhism and Zen are similar in their essential teaching. I had the good fortune to learn from a truly great master or Guru. May all the worlds be happy, may all everywhere be happy, says a centuries-old Sanskrit prayer. On that note, I take my leave. GSG

URL: Love, God & Advaita

 1293  GSG from Florida found this site through a search engine 11.04.1999  
  This is a PS to my previous entry.

I thought I had entered my URL last time incorrectly but I find the same 'error' in the URL has sneaked in again despite my most careful copy-&-paste job! Here's the URL: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/4489/index.html

Please do not, repeat, do not click on the title Love, God & Advaita.

The Webmaster should look into the matter. Some kind of glitch?

My previous entry: Entry # 36 GSG's Web site: Heart, eyes, love, astrology and sex. But the link did not work and this was recently brought to my notice by David Charlet of Nevada. My heartfelt thanks to him. And my apologies. The title now is Love, God & Advaita. Advaita or Non-Duality is the culmination of devotion and longing to be united with the Beloved. It appeals to the heart as well as to the head. Advaita, Buddhism and Zen are similar in their essential teaching. I had the good fortune to learn from a truly great master or Guru. May all the worlds be happy, may all everywhere be happy, says a centuries-old Sanskrit prayer. On that note, I take my leave. GSG ---*----------------------------------------------

 1294  Timothy Rodriguez from Upstate New York,Red Hook found this site through a search engine (yahoo) 11.03.1999  
  Thank you very much for providing such a comprehensive site on-line free of charge. It is generous of you to share the gift of your knowledge with the whole world.I am a college student at the University at Albany and am currently working on a report on Zen Buddhism and its influence on the Samurai of Japan. Any additional information you could provide would be appreciated. My e-mail is tr7966@cnsvax.albany.edu. Thank you for taking the time to read this letter.

 1295  Matt Wooding from Victoria BC, Canada found this site through a search engine (yahoo) 11.03.1999  
  a very well done site. I admit that I didn't get here to study Zen Buddhism, but for a college report. However, I have learned a lot from this site, some things that I shall never forget. Thank you.

 1296  Shankarling D. Kuchabal from India found this site through a link from another site (Daily Enlightenment) 11.02.1999  
  I like this site very much and hope to see more of Buddhas preechings in the future

May all beings be Happy, Peaceful and Liberated

S.D.Kuchabal

 1297  stephanie from Canada found this site through other (school) 11.01.1999  
  i am tring to learn about the four kinds of Buddhism for an assignment for my world religions class.

 1298  matty from Urambi, USA found this site through a search engine (go2net) 10.31.1999  
  very informative. i liked how it had the basic infomation without the clutter of the more complex philosphies

 1299  Paul from Apple Valley, MN USA found this site through a search engine (yahoo) 10.31.1999  
  I enjoyed the simplicity of your site. Puts the basic ideas out for easy understanding. I'm a little unclear on some of the items in the eight-fold path (like #7), but I'm sure I can find out more through one of your links.

Thanks for having this site out on the web!

 1300  Susie Kenny from Ireland found this site through a link from another site 10.31.1999  
  I wish that there were some illustrations alongside the texts. The random koan was inspiring.


 



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