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  Yamaoka Tesshu, as a young student of Zen, visited one
master after another. He called upon Dokuon of Shokoku.

Desiring to show his attainment, he said: "The mind,
Buddha, and sentient beings, after all, do not exist.
... continue...

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ABOUT SELF-AWAKENING
When one looks at himself, sees his own fault,
and corrects it. This is called self-awakening.

When he sees another's fault and kindly helps the
other to correct it. This is called self-awakening, too.

When he sees another's fault and criticizes him,
then comes his fault. If he realizes this and correct
it himself. This is also called self-awakening.

ChonTri 12/26/2010


 



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