Bill is quite happy doing his thing. If you are happy doing your thing,
then go for it. If you are not, then you may want to pay heed to what
Bill, Zen Masters and the patriarchs have had to say on the matter.


--- In, "maitreya003" <joult...@...> wrote:
> Bill
> Just keep sitting, and eat when you're hungry, sleep when you're
tired, wake when you're rested and deal with whatever comes up in a
spontaneous manner without any goals or valutions in mind."
> And if someone asks you to design and build a boat, can you just sit
and not set any goals and valuations, or must you put thought into the
design and effort into the build, even though it's an illusion?
> Apparently you place valuation on sitting, eating when hungry and
sleeping when tired, etc, Because that is the way, the only way to you.
A set of illusory standards within the illusion.


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