I had just had an immaginary Teacher for many years.  He wasn't real.  He was 
never present, or available, or guiding. correcting...he was just a tape, 
video, dvd, book...I currently see him more a kind of pleasant show to be 
watched and listened rather than a real Teacher. 

--- On Wed, 4/8/10, Anthony Wu <> wrote:

From: Anthony Wu <>
Subject: Re: [Zen] Where's Mayka?
Date: Wednesday, 4 August, 2010, 22:35


I am very glad you came back. As regards the difference you talk about between 
Christianity and Buddhism, I agree to some extent. The former is more 
emotional, more intending to help, while the latter is trying to do away with 
emotions, which they think are harmful. Nevertheless, I think it is too 
premature for you to give up on TNH, who is a wonderful personality.

--- On Thu, 5/8/10, Maria Lopez <flordel...@btintern> wrote:

From: Maria Lopez <flordel...@btintern>
Subject: Re: [Zen] Where's Mayka?
To: zen_fo...@yahoogrou
Date: Thursday, 5 August, 2010, 12:13 AM


Hi Mike, Anthony... and all of you.  How very kind of you both to ask for me.  
Not often this happens to me in groups.  Hardly ever anyone miss me!. .  I've 
been away in Spain most of July.  I have some access to internet but not much 
and when I did this mail used mainly in groups wasn't available. Besides I 
wasn't feeling much talkative.  I had to renounce to the TNH retreat in the UK 
because  I have some special needs and can travel alone right now...The hardest 
part here was to finding out once again that the only benefit I get from my 
sangha is the sitting down together and that once that is finished is better to 
thanks for the sitting in company and walk away from them as far as 
possible.    By the way and whatever you all say, the Christian Communities do 
care a lot of more for the vulnerable but the new western buddhist and alike, 
don't give a dam!.  They may be all in maxim red alert urgent need of oxygeno 
for themselves!.
Thank you 

--- On Sun, 1/8/10, Anthony Wu <wu...@yahoo.> wrote:

From: Anthony Wu <wu...@yahoo.>
Subject: Re: [Zen] Where's Mayka?
To: zen_fo...@yahoogrou
Date: Sunday, 1 August, 2010, 23:01


Zen is everyday life, so it is a project, a hobby and everything you can think 
Yes, I miss Mayka too.

--- On Sun, 1/8/10, mike brown <uerusub...@yahoo.> wrote:

From: mike brown <uerusub...@yahoo.>
Subject: [Zen] Where's Mayka?
To: zen_fo...@yahoogrou
Date: Sunday, 1 August, 2010, 9:48 AM


I haven't been posting recently (most of the topics are a bit too naff for me - 
makes Zen sound like a hobby or some kind of a project). Anyway, haven't seen 
you post for a while and I know you have health issues in your family. 
Everything ok?

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