Thanks for The website you pasted. However, I haven't managed to
open any of the pages except from front page of the link.
Why you didn't go back to the temple of Thich Than Tu again?. What
are you following now?. Do you have a Teacher, Sangha or just follow
your own way?.
Although, I've been attending a sangha for years. I'm a kind of
casual practicioner. I lack of diligence, discipline...On the other
hand, there are no monastics in most of TNH sanghas and because of
that I eventually got a little bit fed up with them. TNH has turned
out extremely popular in the whole world and his retreats are over
crowded with lots of noise people. Not enough silence in them to
concentrate as before.
Thanks for writing
--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "cid830" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It's actually in a neighboring city of Rendon, TX. The zen
> is Thich Thanh Tu. I stopped visiting a few years ago because I was
> unhappy with alot of westerners who were trying to take over the
> talks. The last time I checked the website it was all Vietnamese,
> it looks like they have it in English now. It is
> --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Mayka" <flordeloto@> wrote:
> > Chris;
> > I'm sure you know this but just in case some of the readers
> > TNH stands for Thich Nhat Hanh.
> > If you have the chance to ask the nuns, would you be so kind and
> > write it down the correct name of the Teacher you mention?.
> > If would be a different tradition I would love to know more about
> > Please tell me everything you know. Do they have a website?.
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