--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "kahty" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> "Regardless of who sees it, there really is a cloud in this sheet 
of paper,
> as well as a bark beetle, a handful of soil, a bit of bird poop, 
even the
> gasoline that powered the logger's chain saw. It is even possible 
that if
> you were to chronicle the history of those carbon atoms currently 
part of
> the page you are now holding, you would find that they were once 
part of
> Peter the Great, a woolly mammoth, or (and!) a Komodo dragon, before
> they found themselves incorporated into the loblolly pine that 
> became this particular sheet of paper."
> -David P. Barash, "Buddhism and the 'Subversive Science,'" *The 
> of Higher Education*

May we all bathe in the pee of a thousand Buddhas.

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