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    After Jundo s eloquent post and video, my humble take on the subject.

    Much like the beautiful dancing Dorothy on the yellow bricks road, OUR JOB IS TO UNMASK THE WIZARD, in other words to dispell the illusion of the ego and turn the three poisons, the three little companions of Dorothy into compassion, wisdom and action.

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    As a priest in training, please take everything I say with a pinch of salt

    Meido Shugen
    明道 修眼

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    Nothing to say but

    倫道 真現

    As a trainee priest, please take any commentary by me on matters of the Dharma with a pinch of salt.

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    (Jack K.)

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    Thank you Taigu,
    Gassho, Jakudo Hinton
    Gassho, Shawn Jakudo Hinton
    It all begins when we say, I. Everything that follows is illusion.
    "Even to speak the word Buddha is dragging in the mud soaking wet; Even to say the word Zen is a total embarrassment."

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    Thanks, Taigu, for sharing your thoughts and feelings in this powerful and affecting video.



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    Thank you Taigu.


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    Very profound as always

    Myoshin 妙 心
    "A person who receives the Buddhist Precepts enters the state of Buddha at once. They stand at the same level as Gautama Buddha. We can say they are a child of the Buddha." Jundo

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    Thank you. Excellent teaching.

    Try not to be a jerk-- one of the Buddhas

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    Heartfelt Thanks.


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    Hello Taigu,

    thank you for sharing this teaching!

    All the best and gassho,

    Hans Chudo Mongen

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    Thank you Sensei...your teachings pour through in both your words and your life.



    PS - Up on podcast: treeleaf.podbean.com
    We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.
    ~Anas Nin

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    I have been going through some difficult times. Because of that, I have been resisting practicing: Maybe tomorrow, maybe it'll be easier in the morning, maybe if I have a good day it will be better to sit tonight. Not now, not ever now.

    Thank you for letting me know how foolish that has been. I still find the idea of sitting again a little daunting.

    I'm like someone who stays out in the rain because it might be dark in the house; or worse, there might be housework to do in there!

    I guess it's time I cleared the cobwebs from the refuge. Did some dishes. Dusted off the zafu.

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    Thank you for this teaching.

    Deep bows,

    Please remember I am only a priest in training. I could be wrong in everything I say. Slap me if needed.

    The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one. Mr. Spock

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    Hi Yukon, I know how you feel. After an accident a few years back I found it impossible to sit, every time I tried the event played back in my mind to the point I would feel physically sick. After 3 years of repeated attempts I was finally able to sit for 30 minutes. So don't give up , keep trying , nothing lasts forever.
    Gassho, Jakudo Hinton.
    Gassho, Shawn Jakudo Hinton
    It all begins when we say, I. Everything that follows is illusion.
    "Even to speak the word Buddha is dragging in the mud soaking wet; Even to say the word Zen is a total embarrassment."

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    Thank you so much, Taigu. Although I am new to Treeleaf I have seen a few of your introductory videos, but I feel that this served as my introduction to you - your compassion, sincerity, and genuineness! How encouraging! Thank you


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    Just a thank you, Taigu,
    being there and teaching by example you do so much for the Dharma,

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    Thank you for sharing yourself, Taigu!



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    Thank you Taigu! Your words are more helpful than you know.


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    Thank you very much Taigu!


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    I almost cried with that last part on the bodhisattva.



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    Thank you, Taigu. Very deep and inspiring words. I have been going through very hard situations my self recently. Your sincerity has helped me to understand more deeply the meaning of sitting, accepting and living. Again thank you. Gassho, Ricky


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