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  • Nachiketan
    Zen Judaism Excerpted from David M. Bader s Zen Judaism: For You, a Little Enlightenment. Be here now. Be someplace else later. Is that so complicated?
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 1, 2005
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      Zen Judaism
      Excerpted from David M. Bader's
      "Zen Judaism: For You, a Little Enlightenment."
       
      Be here now.
      Be someplace else later.
      Is that so complicated?
       
      Though only your skin, sinews, and bones remain, though your blood and flesh dry up and wither away, yet shall you meditate and not stir until you have attained full Enlightenment.
      But first, a little nosh.
       
      Accept misfortune as a blessing.
      Do not wish for perfect health or a life without problems.
      What would you talk about?
       
      Let go of pride, ego, and opinions.
      Admit your errors and forgive those of others.
      Relinquishment will lead to calm and healing in your relationships.
      If that doesn't work, try small-claims court.
       
      There is no escaping karma.
      In a previous life, you never called, you never wrote, you never visited.
      And whose fault was that?
       
      The Torah says, "Love thy neighbor as thy self."
      The Buddha says there is no "self."
      So maybe you are off the hook.
       
      If there is no self, whose arthritis is this?
       
      Wherever you go, there you are.
      Your luggage is another story.
       
      Do not let children play contact sports like football.
      These only lead to injuries and instill a violent, warlike nature.
      Encourage your child to play peaceful games, like "sports doctor."
       
      The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single Oy.
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