--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Smart" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Sunday, April 02 dkotschessa  posted:
> >After the standard motherly reminder about setting my clock ahead, 
> >mother said:
> >"This time tomorrow, it won't be this time tomorrow."
> Sounds very astute.
> Maybe you could pose that as a koan:  'Tomorrow at this time, what 
time will
> it be?'
> ...or as part of the lyrics to a song: 'Does anybody really know 
what time
> it is?'
> I saw an article on the TV the other day that the US will shift the 
day it
> changes from standard to daylight-savings time next year, and how 
that might
> cause problems with computers (and automatic clocks/timing devices 
of all
> kinds) that have been pre-programmed to change times as prescribed 
now (at
> midnight on the first Sunday in April?).  It is justified as an
> energy-savings measure.  Thailand doesn't change times.  In fact 
> barely has any time at all.  Good Luck, and be sure and mind your 
mother; it
> sounds like she's giving you sound advice!
> Gassho...Bill!

My mother is a saint.  A bodhisattva through and through, and she 
doesn't even know it! :)

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