No Cause.  No Effect.  Just This.

--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, donald hwong 
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> Tony,
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> As always, they are one of the same.  There is no duality. 
Detachment is to embrace life. 
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> 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."
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> Tony <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:                                   
<donaldhwong> Absolute dettachment is based on seeing the true 
nature 
>  of phenomenons and not attitude adjustment.
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>  Yet Zen is not about detachment but embracing life?
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