Well, I'm glad to see that I completely mis-interpreted your post. 
Honestly, I often seem to miss what others are trying to convey in 
their posts. I read some of these exchanges in confusion, but the 
correspondents seem to be on the same page. I guess that says alot!

Later,

Chris

--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "roloro1557" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Hi Chris-
> 
> --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "cid830" <summitjags@> wrote:
> >
> >Margie, 
> >Please don't take offense to anything written here. I know 
> >sometimes the things that I post may be sarcastic or taken the 
wrong 
> >way. 
> 
> No, I don't think I took it the wrong way...I was trying to be 
funny,
> but I have a weird sense of humor most other people don't 
understand.
> And I have been accused of sarcasm myself more than once.
> 
> >You seem like you've really got it together and I look forward 
> >to reading more of your thoughts. You seem genuine in your ability 
> >to live in the moment and you've already demonstrated a better 
> >knowledge of this subject than I.  And it is clear that you are 
not 
> >trying to profess your way over any other, you are just relating 
> >your experience. Please continue to do so.
> 
> Don't worry, I wasn't planning on leaving the group :) I'm no master
> or guru... But I am 50-something, so yes, in many ways I do have it
> together. 
> 
> >When I first started posting on this forum Al had me so mad 
> >my head was spinning, but I quickly found he was only exposing in 
me 
> >that I was not as knowledgeable as I professed. He is only testing 
> >you and your commitment to this subject as well as trying to learn 
> >from you as well. That's my take on it, although I could be 
> >completely wrong, again. 
> 
> Oh, do you mean "zen jousting"?
>  
> >By the way, What was said that got your goat about your gender? I 
> >don't see anything that was posted that would have not been said 
to 
> >a man. But then again, that's from my male perspective. What did I 
> >miss?
> 
> I can't answer this without betraying some confidences, and I won't 
do
> that. What I can do is remind you, or bring to your attention that
> some communication between group members is done off-list in email.
> 
> Thank you very much for your post and I look forward to talking with
> you! :)
> 
> Margie (roloro1557)
>



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