From: Bill Smart> JUST THIS!, or THIS!. That way I don't have to deal with 
the dualities of direct/non-direct, or explain what 'experience' means, or 
the duality of reality/illusion. >

What about everything else that is ZEN? That is what JM is referring to, 
that you just want a mental exercise for "experiencing reality directly" 
without conscience, without responsibility, without obligations, what is 
THAT?

Just the meat and none of the bone? All the good parts without the 
responsibility for the rest of the world? You cannot have Dharma without 
Karma and that entails a bigger picture than JUST THIS. 


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