Joe, Thank you.
I like compactness and economy of words, I like "a lot packed into a little" whenever possible. I do occasionally write more lenghty, essay-ish posts though. Intentions are always open to interpretation, aren't they? Assumptions and concepts often get in the way, don't they? Words are tools- like most tools they have certain safety issues and should be used with caution, yes? This is why I like animals so much. No words - yet there is always communication and plenty of understanding :-) Or at least it's that way for me. Artie --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "maitreya003" <joult...@...> wrote: > > > I will not assume things. A good idea if you don't want your intentions to be open to interpretation is to explain them. Single lines have different meanings for different people, so use the lines, but then share the meaning they have for you. This way the need to tell me and Anthony you don't wish to explain yourself would not be necessary. If you are trying to make a point, express it. But to make a point that is misunderstood and offer no understanding is a waste. I will respect your wishes though. If you post something, and I do not understand then I will ask your meaning and if you wish to you will expound on it, if not that's ok too. ================================= FROM: Over the hills and far away. . . The way to do is be. Lao Tzu