I've read some of Krishnamurti in the 1960's when I thought it was

I also went through a period of reading a lot of the European mystics:
Nostradamus, Dante, Nietzsche, etc..., and even Madame Blavatsky.  It's all
a blur to me now.

I like zazen because it's not a blur, it's clarity.


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From: "Jue Miao Jing Ming - We face ourselves honestly. We love
> others with compassion. We do the best we can without expectation. >

I am going to focus on just that. I remember Krishnamurti seemed to have a
harder edge in terms of his philosophy, which was something of buddhism and
also what he learned from that organization (Madame Blavatsky?). Forgot the

Any Krishnamurti fans?

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