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Re: Re: Re: B.L. Nelson, You Know, What You Say Is...

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Posted by Benjamin Nelson on February 22, 2001 14:33:07 UTC

Rich:

In this context, I would urge that: "The world is full of half-enlightened masters. Overly clever, too ‘sensitive’ to live in the real world, they surround themselves with selfishness and bestow their grandiose teachings upon the unwary. Prematurely publicizing themselves, intent upon reaching some climax, they constantly sacrifice the truth and deviate from the Tao. What they really offer the world is their own confusion. But the highest truth cannot be put into words. Therefore the greatest teacher has nothing to say. He simply gives himself in service, and never worries." -- Qquotations from "The Hua Hu
Ching"

B. L. Nelson

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