Anthony-

Oh, so sorry, I misunderstood you! :-)

I agree completely with you about argument, and I prefer not to do it.

*sigh* However, such is the nature of people thinking they know, and of 
attachment. This is why, for me at least, practice is a daily thing.

Artie :-)




--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Anthony Wu <wu...@...> wrote:
>
> Artie,
>  
> My comment is completely neutral. I don't expect you to explain yourself. I 
> like your way. Argument is not the right way, much less the zen way.


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