I know you didn't ask me, but... I prefer Zen Buddhism because it is
a direct way of experiencing "heaven" in the here and now. I don't
have to rely on my "faith" to carry me into the promised land, after
I die! The Kingdom of Heaven is among us!
--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Vince <everythingzen1...@...>
> That is one way of looking at it, true. But, keep in mind, if I
misinterpret a koan, I'm not doomed to spend eternity burning in a
pit of fire.
> From: fitness4u2163 <fitness1...@...>
> To: Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, January 6, 2009 12:04:11 AM
> Subject: [Zen] Re: The Reason For God
> Vince <There is way to much ambiguity for me.
> So instead you prefer zen buddhism, where every koan is open to
> interpretation and most of it is totally undefined and completely
> subjective depending on who the teacher is.
> HO HO HO
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