I am poor at knowing other peoples experience. But Bill's words sounds like the
zen literature I read--to be ruminated. I don't have to curry favor with him. I
don't want to err on the wrong side either. To be on the safe side, I would say
he is deeper the woman in the first stall in the fish market..
--- On Thu, 9/10/08, roloro1557 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
From: roloro1557 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [Zen] Re: Aging and Zen
Date: Thursday, 9 October, 2008, 9:18 AM
Excuse me Anthony, but how do you know Bill has something deeper?
Deeper than whom? Me? You? Edgar? Ghandi? Sean Connery? Alan
Greenspan? Bill Gates? Martin Luther King? Your next door neighbor?
The woman in the 3rd stall at the fish market? My dog?
How is it that you know so well what other people's experience is?
Do you have psychic powers? How do you know?
--- In [EMAIL PROTECTED] ps.com, Anthony Wu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Like I said, you have something deeper.
> --- On Thu, 9/10/08, [EMAIL PROTECTED] . <[EMAIL PROTECTED] ..> wrote:
> Anthony, if you really feel that way, it's not the world that's in
turmoil. It's you.
> Just sit. That's where you'll find peace..Bill!
> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ps.com [mailto:Zen_ [EMAIL PROTECTED] ps.com]
On Behalf Of Anthony Wu
> Hi Margie,
> Do you want to find the world in turmoil? Show me how to live in the
world in peace without any kind of morality.
> --- On Thu, 9/10/08, roloro1557 <roloro1557@ yahoo. com> wrote:
> Dear Macaroni,
> Why is morality such an important issue for you?
> Margie (roloro1557)
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