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November 14, 2008


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What is history anyway? Well, it's something that anyone can memorize from books. If a person can read, he can become a historian. It needs only intelligence, not wisdom.

And practicing Buddha's Way has nothing to do with intelligence.

Gautama Buddha taught something that has nothing to do with doctrines and histories and words etc. Gautama Buddha taught us how to live without attachments to doctrines and empty words.

And history is always irrelevant, it's always not true because it's past. And past is always not present.

Thank you for your great post, Mr. Zennist! :)

With palms together,

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