I'm sorry I don't have a link to this story.

Although I totally agree with the zen master's response in the story below, I 
must testify that zen is NOT in the details.  The details are what are created 
when dualistic thinking is applied to a situation.  Zen is no-mind, not 
employing discrimination or creating details.  Zen is Just THIS!


--- In, Chris Austin-Lane <ch...@...> wrote:
> There is some story about an old teacher asking a student if he thinks he
> got the teachings, and the student is all "oh yeah, totally, I just have a
> few details I haven't got." And the master whacks him saying, "it is all
> details!"
> Does anyone have any more concrete reference tob this story?  I no longer
> recall where I heard it butb I want to include a link to it in a blog
> comment.
> Thanks for your help in improving the hyper textuality of the web,
> --Chris


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