Re: [Meditation Society of America] Actions without motives
On Sat, 3 Jan 2004 07:54:40 -0500, "Harvey Schneider" wrote:
> It's usually worth our while to look for motives behind
> We can say every action has its stake or comfort
> seeking goal.
> But wasn't there a fascination somewhere in the
> world of literature and philosophy with motiveless
Motiveless action is a central theme in the applied philosophy of Zen
meditation which grapples with such issues as How do you "do"
spontenaety? or How do you try to achieve a particular result in a given
activity while at the same time being "completely" unconcerned with
Sent by a member of the Mystic Village,
the online Zen Meditation School.