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Would You Kill Him
George Parsons Lathrop
by Irvington Pub
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|Number of Pages||384|
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The phrase, “If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill him,” is often used in Zen teachings, but it is a misunderstood adage. At first glance, this koan, a puzzle meant to radically shift one’s consciousness, seems crude, and non-spiritual, even. Why would someone seeking enlightenment ever ‘kill’ anything, especially when the Buddha himself [ ]. People who don't truly understand this statement think that it means to resist charlatans who claim they are enlightened. Crucify the teacher Here's the trick: In order to see the Buddha, you have to BE the Buddha. If you aren't the Buddha, you.
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even if you do not kill him with your precautions, they are mistaken. Teach him to live rather than to avoid death: life is not breath, but action, the use of our senses, our mind, our faculties, every.
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Whether he did the right thing or not, I am not sure. I think that the book has a such melanchonic way to descirbe the bitterness of The Ameican Dream.
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