You have made many assumptions and completely misunderstood me and I don't want
to explain myself.
--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "maitreya003" <joult...@...> wrote:
> THis is meant to bring peace to a being who goes through the world affected
> by everyone else. If you want to be happy and you go about it by changing
> every one else you will fail, so change your self. However Trying to help
> others, not merely to control your own upset caused by others, is not found
> in this saying. It was intended to help a person that always blames others
> for their own unhappiness.
> "Don't draw another's bow, don't ride another's horse, don't mind another's
> business. Mind your own business." --Dahui
> Again misapplied. When someone is being raped, don't help. When someone
> asks for help tell them it is their business. When a seial rapist is
> captured, let him go. When an addict is suffering don't offer help. Where is
> the balance in this?
FROM: Over the hills and far away. . .
The way to do is be. Lao Tzu
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