Everything one experiences as real *is* real (to oneself) unless and
until one experiences it otherwise.

--ED



--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Anthony Wu <wu...@...> wrote:
>
> Mel,
>
> You quote:
> ...'Truth is in things, and not in words'....
> - Herman Melville


> But some say: both things and words are illusions.
>
> Another quotation:
> I had never come across any teaching within the Zen community that
there is...
>
> - some supernatural being out there responsible for the creation above
> - a set philosophy set out in exact or detailed instructions
>
> You see the advantage of zen.
>
> What is real?
> A good question.
>
> Anthony




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