I'm sorry for your misunderstanding, I often have a hard time conveying 
my point. What part of I have experienced this reality did you not 
understand. Your "imaginary" is my reality. The dualism is a fact. And 
many others will tell you the same thing. I have calmed my Ego in the 
past with deep practice, this in turn gave me a glimpse of my True 
Self, my Inner Being, a touch of Awakening, it is hard to put into 
words, it just has to be experienced. You don't have to believe me and 
I'm not telling you to follow my path. I can only be true to myself. 
I'm only telling you my experience to let you know that Zen (Buddhism 
for me) can work. I know that you have tried it and I guess you got 
nothing out of it, but why do you continue to mock the people that 
believe in it. I guess your trying to expose the "posers" and 

I know it may sound like I don't have a clue what I'm talking about, 
but I know what I believe and I have found what I am looking for. You, 
my friend, are the one who seems to be searching. I hope you find what 
you are looking for, I hope you find some inner peace. I am glad to 
help in any way that I can. Well, almost any way. 

Thank you for thinking of my nutsac, and my member is working like a 
champ. Has the medication kicked in for you yet?




--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "fitness4u2163" <fitness1...@...> 
> "cid830" If you can break your attachment to this dualism and 
> your Ego, you can get in touch with your True Self.>
> Imaginary battle is just a substitute for the battle between good and 
> evil. You are so totally twisted with your dualisms and cliche' 
> phrases that you have no clue what you are talking about or what you 
> are looking for.  
> Reach for your nutsac and you know it is real. Now go wash your 
> pillow.


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