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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.
"... continue...

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 1321  Rev. Joaquin Ryushin Salazar, from Dominican Republic found this site through a search engine (Yahoo) 09.20.1999  
  I am Director of the Santo Domingo Zen Center which belongs to the Zen Peacemaker Order. Greetings and happy sittings!!!

URL: Joaquin's Page

 1322  the Wanderling from found this site through a search engine (MSN) 09.18.1999  
  It is always a pleasure to come across an outpost in the wilderness for wanderlings, seekers along the path and others. With my thanks...

...the Wanderling

URL: ZEN ENLIGHTENMENT

 1323  the Wanderling from found this site through a search engine 09.18.1999  
  For some reason the previous message did not take the full homepage URL...for those so interested it is:

http://pages.hotbot.com/rel/wanderling/ZenEnlighten.html

My apologies if having intruded

 1324  Victoria from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada found this site through a search engine (AltaVista) 09.16.1999  
  I've been going through a tough time lately and I picked up a book by the ABbott of the Monastery at Cape Breton - I have started meditating every day and have started to accept my suffering rather than struggle against it. Now I have signed up for a retreat in October with a Tibetan monk. I am grateful that I was able to find a path to contentment and acceptance. Thank you all!

 1325  Chad Prey from Boston MA found this site through a link from another site (From Roger Garin-Michaud) 09.14.1999  
  Beautiful web page...I would love to be able to develop like this. Been practicing the dharma for a couple of years now and trying to find a teacher. Pema Chondron is 200 miles away, might be close enough for me though. I find the mayahana school to be the most fullfilling; esp. tonglen practice. Thanks for the resource; metta.

Chad

 1326  Jay Rubin from Oakland found this site through a link from another site (Yahoo) 09.14.1999  
  Very Classy sight. As an English teacher, I must point out a misspelling. Up above, you've written "time and patient" rather that "patience." Otherwise, A+ !

 1327  Chris Farmer from Des Moines, IA found this site through a search engine (Yahoo) 09.07.1999  
  I have been searching for religion for a few years now, as I have been Agnostic, but as I learn more about Buddhism, I am seeing it is what I have believed in all this time..

 1328  Jan from found this site through a search engine (Netscape) 09.05.1999  
  I enjoyed the content and design of your website. However, there are many mis-spellings and some grammar errors so you may wish to correct these. I look forward to visiting your website again, Thank you.

 1329  Stefano from Italy found this site through a personal referral 08.30.1999  
  Thank you

 1330  Jim Cannon from Earth, I suspect. found this site through a search engine 08.30.1999  
  "say what you mean, mean what you say, and shut up" --child's comment

 1331  Michael Limer from Clarksburg, WV found this site through a personal referral (A friend suggested I may be interested in this sit) 08.28.1999  
  I think your site is well-done & informative. I have just recently began exploring Buddhism & feel this will be a good resource for me.

Thanx

 1332  GSG from Originally from India, but now living in Lake City found this site through a search engine (www.refdesk.com) 08.28.1999  
  My homepage, though it pretends to go into love and all that, has links that take one to ADVAITA, which is, in essence, practically the same as Buddhism and Zen.

The pages will describe my practical experience of Advaita as well as miracles that have occurred in my life. I'm now seventy.

Your site is marvelously designed, I wish I had your Web designing knowledge and skill.

I did not find a list of other Eastern philosophies in your site. Did I miss something.

Thank you for a beautifully crafted Web site devoted to the greatest teaching the East has to offer the West.

"Look eastward for wisdom" - that is still true.

Best regards, Sincerely, GSG

URL: Heart, eyes, love, astrology & sex - Lovescope & L

 1333  susan kulakowski from new york, new york found this site through a search engine (sunsite.berkeley.edu/internetindex) 08.28.1999  
  you've written a lovely site.

 1334  Chris Hayes from Malta, Europe found this site through a search engine 08.26.1999  
  Have'nt been thru the site as yet but will revert when I have!!

 1335  Maureen from Brooklyn, NY found this site through a link from another site 08.24.1999  
  Very enlighting

 1336  aleksa radan from hamilton, ontario canada found this site through a link from another site 08.24.1999  
  pleasing site to find. much information is still lacking but will hopefully grow in future years. please consider updating the zen-organizations list by obtaining a book copy of zen-centers in america and highlighting some of the major centers (many of which are not mentioned on your page)

 1337  Beth Ilyssa Tischler from Philadelphia, PA found this site through a link from another site (4religion.com) 08.20.1999  
  i am seriously looking into Buddhism as a new life choice. i would appreciate any information you may have, or any info in the philadelphia area that i could get to. thanks a lot.

 1338  Dale Percival from Australia found this site through a search engine 08.19.1999  
  First concious step on may way to a better place.

 1339  steve from uk found this site through a search engine (yahoo) 08.15.1999  
  the piece which opens on suffering I have newly realized as I worked through grief in my "Morning Pages"

 1340  Carina from KL found this site through a search engine 08.12.1999  
  Get more information n thank you 4 your information about buddha.


 



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