--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Smart" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I hit you one-hundred times!
> Nothing is 'disallowed', but...

Why do you hit me if nothing is disallowed? What could I do wrong if 
nothing is disallowed? AW! Stop hitting me!


> but multi-tasking does not lend itself well to
> being one with your actions.  'When sitting, just sit - when 
walking, just
> walk.  Above all don't wobble!'.  That's a paraphrase of a zen 
> addressing this same issue.  I know there are people that can 
> better than others.  Perhaps there are people that can multi-task 
and still
> maintain a oneness with their actions.  I can't, and from the 
teachings and
> writings of all the patriarchs it appears they couldn't either.  
> teachings are not ambiguous on this point.
> ...Bill!

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