---So the question remains.
Are you going to change the behavior or continue to revel in it?
Seeing the problem and not taking action is unfortunate.
In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "cid830" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> There you go again, Al... Did you not invite direct email in a
> post? Yes, a discussion of various topics in a park can be
> invigorating and useful, but mere mortals with ego's such as mine,
> still ask for a little respect in such an exchange. A true
> practitioner can acknowledge an insult, and let it go. An amature
> as I, will react to dis-respect as if it is a water, manifesting a
> negative seed in my store-consciousnes. Thank you, my friends, for
> bringing forth these deep-routed seeds, so they may bloom and be
> with in the presence of being.
> --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Al" <actionheroes@> wrote:
> > From: "cid830" <And to Al... I feel you have mocked the practice
> > postings,
> > if I am wrong, I do apologize.>>
> > Who made you the Pope of Zen? Am I being excommunicated? Are you
> > that sent me the nasty email about a week ago?
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