Tony,

As always, they are one of the same.  There is no duality. Detachment is to embrace life.

This detachment is to detach from illusions and false forms, seeing the true nature of things in order to enjoy life.

Sixth Patriarch said, "Nothing ever occurred. No need to bear the suffering."



Tony <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
<donaldhwong> Absolute dettachment is based on seeing the true nature
of phenomenons and not attitude adjustment.
>

Yet Zen is not about detachment but embracing life?



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