The Ninety-third Gate
Expedient means are a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with them] we manifest ourselves according to the dignified forms that living beings admire, and we teach and...
The Ninety-second Gate
The wisdom pāramitā is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [withit] we eradicate the darkness of ignorance, together with attachment to views, and we teach and guide...
The Ninety-first Gate
The dhyāna pāramitā is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [withit] we accomplish all balanced states of dhyāna and mystical powers, and we teach and guide distracted...
The Ninetieth Gate
The diligence pāramitā is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we completely attain all good dharmas, and we teach and guide lazy living beings..
The Eighty-nineth Gate
The forbearance pāramitā is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we abandon all anger, arrogance, flattery, and foolery, and we teach and guide living beings...
Wasn't a criticism, just an affirmation that some people can't get to a Zen center. It's a hard-working community that gives Dharma talks and Sunday school
How much does a command of Japanese or Chinese help with learning the teachings? And do you need to study the old dialects, the way one
wisdom.org publications has decently-priced ebooks, SeaChel.
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reMINDer - It struck me that not everyone realizes that
They just have their own ways. Different strokes.