I know what you mean. Brings on a totally new meaning to Unmon's: If you walk, 
just walk. If you sit; just sit; but whatever you do, don't wobble.   Maybe in 
a modern context that would have been his warning to his co-driver if they'd 
been pulled over..

Al <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:          I realize that there are many 
interesting stories about Zen Koans. I have
found it to be very entertaining reading.

However, some of the koans make me wonder if they do not have to be
interpreted based on a culture of alcoholism and illiteracy which existed
back in those days? Some of those stories only make sense if the people
involved had been drinking heavily.


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