Good idea! It's probably down the back of the sofa.
anatmanwave <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: ---You want to know what Zen
is? Clean your house. Guy
In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Smart" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I think so too - and if that's the case I'd like to make the most
> this stop.
> I know there are many other 'lurking' out there, but not posting.
> That's okay, but I'd like to see more people actively
> in the forum. I've started a thread NOT CAVEAT EMPTOR in which I
> hope to explore with others just what we think zen is, and is not.
> Please join us.
> --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, daniel sherwood <desherwood7@>
> > If I can add something here, I believe we're all on a spiritual
> journey and this group is one of stops along the way.
> > Danny
> > ----- Original Message ----
> > From: Bill Smart <BillSmart@>
> > To: Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2007 12:47:42 AM
> > Subject: [Zen] Caveat Emptor
> > I recently made some postings that caused some participants
> > unpleasantness. Sometimes that's okay, and I certainly have been
> > know to purposely rattle a few cages, but in these recent
> > that was not my intent. So...I would like to clarify my past and
> > future postings as follows:
> > I do not own this forum, so cannot exclude anyone. For the most
> > I wouldn't want to exclude anyone, with the possible exception
> > those that blatantly post marketing material. Al, the forum
> > moderator, can exclude participants, but I have not known of a
> > in the past 3 or 4 years that he has done so.
> > We all participate in this forum voluntarily. Some particpate
> > seriously, some jokingly. Some, like me, participate sometimes
> > seriously, and sometimes jokingly. I offer no apologies for this.
> > Most importantly, you should not depend on this forum for
> > other advice. Do not believe everything you read here, or
> > for that matter.
> > Believe in youself. Just sit. If you're lucky enough to have
> > a good teacher or group with which to participate, beleive in
> > with all your heart. They will help you in your practice.
> > Enlightenment is a product of the desire of the student, not the
> > skill of the teacher. A earnest teacher cannot lead a false
> > to enlightenment. On the other hand a earnest student can become
> > enlighted under a false teacher; or without a teacher at all.
> > Just sit.
> > ...Bill!
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> > http://www.yahoo.com/r/hs
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