There was no "argument or "critique". Not to my thinking.

Robert Kirbo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: On Sun, 30 Dec 2007 21:23:09 -0800, 
mike brown   
wrote:

> The critique was a well founded one regarding zen and the impossible  
> sentimentality of the seasons (this is just not Zen)


No, the critique was a foolish one on a poetry form that you are not  
schooled in,
and your constant harping on what you deem to be Zen or not Zen constitutes
an insistance of dialectic that is itself rather alien to Zen.

Stop instructing and begin actually being the nature of Zen.  Your example  
by
commentary is really moving further and further from Zen and further and  
further
into your own ego.

Prove me wrong and respond without an "argument" or critique.

Cheers,

Zenbob

After today, will be out of town for a while...so this is my closing  
comment.  I did make
an attempt to close on a more harmonious note, as posted earlier.
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