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  One day a girl in geisha house hailed the Japanese Zen master Mokudo by name.
He went inside and discovered that the girl was a childhood acquaintance.
The crops had failed one year in their village, and she had become a courtesan... continue...

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ONE & MANY (GRAGON HEAD SNAKE TAIL)
If one views things and himself as many, and maintains that things and people are many, then he will get black-n-blue.

If one views things and himself as one, and maintains that things and people are one, then he will get black-n-blue, too.

Question:
So, how could one view and say about things and people in order to not get black-n-blue?

Answer:
Just see things and people as-they-are.

Question:
How could one see things and people as-they-are?

Answer:
Dragon's head snake's tail.

ChonTri


 



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