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During that time, it's perfectly okay to have a nice sit.
I love the fantastical nature of the sutras, especially the Lotus Sutra. I don't feel the need to verify the sutras to fit my wants and needs. Thinking
Attachment to memories are attachments.
Wow that's a heavy question that I don't think I can answer. I will however give you my opinion on one aspect of your question. I think our memory when
I think it is important to see things as they are and to see things as they are.
There's a well-known "koan" called "Is That So?" - which (to my understanding) deals with living (or flowing