Oho, beware, beware. 

All Buddha Nature are equal. 
No one is more "guru" than other.
All spoken words are incomplete and valid in relativity. 
Each journey is unique...
Every moment is a lesson....


Al wrote:
>
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:> Everyone has his/her own path. My belief is
> that "letting go" through strict training is valid path to Living Zen
> and Enlightenment, and those that tell you it is not necessary are not
> > helping your path.
> >
> >
>
> We should all vote on what is the Best Way and then agree to follow it
> for one year beginning January 1, 2009.
>
> At this point I see five possible gurus:
>
> A) JM
> B) Bill
> C) Edgar
> D) Roloro
> E) Cid
>
> If anyone else would like to be considered for the post of official
> Zen Forum guru of 2009, please post your nominations by Friday. The
> polling begins on Saturday and the poll will close 12/31/08.
>
> Al
>
>  

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