That's your position, and I honor and respect it.
"You must understand that a perspective on life that is derived from an
inner experience is different from one that is arrived at
intellectually." --Kobori-Roshi (1918-1992)
"Taste as much of this as you can. Swallow what you need and spit out
the rest." -- Taizan Maezumi-Roshi (1931-1995) (To his disciples with
regard to importing Japanese Zen Teachings into the West.)
I say "Yes" to both Teachers.
--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, <billsm...@...> wrote:
> Everything you think about is illusory. Illusions are illusory.
> Interpretations are illusory. Doctrines are illusory. Philosophical
> traditions are illusory.
> Everything you experience is reality. Reality is not illusory.