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  The Zen master Hakuin was praised by his neighbours as one living a pure life. A beautiful Japanese girl whose parents owned a food store lived near him. Suddenly, without any warning, her parents discovered she was with child. This... continue...

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INWARD VIEW AND OUTWARD VIEW
To cling to onself as Buddha, oneself as Ch'an or the way,
making that an understanding, is called clinging to the inward view.

Attainment by causes and conditions, practice and realization,
making this an understanding, is called clinging to the outward view.

Master Pao-chi said, "The inward view and the outward view are both mistaken."

Ch'an master Pai-chang


 



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