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  One day Huang Sanku, a Confucian scholar asked Hui-tang Tsu-hsin
(1025-1100), one of the well known Chinese Ch'an masters:
-What is the Great meaning of Budhha dharmas?
Hui-tang replied:
-Confucius once said: "I hide... continue...

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FORM & FORMLESSNESS
When one no longer clings to form,
but still clings to formlessness;
this is like the sun in the east is covered by dark clouds.

A man of true wisdom clings to neither form nor formlessness.
Sometimes he takes a blade of grass and makes it ambrosia,
and sometimes he takes ambrosia and made it a blade of grass.

ChonTri


 



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