Bill wrote:
> 
> Since not everyone is a monk, and to help aspiration-addicts and goal-
driven people adjust to this, you could ameliorate these teachings 
noting that LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCE is not the same as WORRYING or 
TROUBLING about the past, and PLANNING is not the same as CRAVING or 
RUNNING AFTER the future.  Every journey starts with a first step.
> 
  You practice zen for the same reason you eat when you're hungry and 
sleep when you're tired.
> 
> No goals, no worry, no cravings, no aspirations - Just THIS!
   

Good for you Bill!

Mayka


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