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...
THE FIRST LIVING TRUTH
Here is the suffering of birth and living with sickness, illness, disease living with deteriotation of old body living with death living with lacking of the necessities living with greed, anger, and ignorance.
Reply from lehish
was worded as though there's only suffering
Reply from chontri Ms Lehish, ChonTri is pretty old now and could walk one step at a time.
Reply from boopoom chontri ...you are not walking...you float....
is it ok to make a wish for you....? i do it anyway $i wish $chontri.nerveCell.Reconect(100);
love.boopoom : ) "you sure do away from the mountain top".....miss you...don't go back...please stay.....
Reply from chontri Thanks, Mr. Boopoom, for your wish. ChonTri has not Cell.Reconect'ed yet.
Reply from lehish mr chontri. there were tears when saw you were back posting...there wasn't any thinking body young or old or whether could walk or not are you suffering mr chontri?
Reply from chontri ChonTri's still alive, what for the tears? (hehehe) When seeing people suffer, he feels suffering. When he suffers, he understands people's suffering. It's just the first step, it seems that not many would like to take.
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