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May 04, 2009

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Paul Lynch, JDPSN

I look forward to reading the upcoming posts. Thanks Barry.

Barry Briggs

Thank you, Paul. I look forward to writing them!

pete

Really, that is the question we ask:

" Why go riding an ox in search of an Ox"?

Thanks for your comments.

Philly is always beautiful but rivals
Paris for it's springtime ambience.

Pete.

Barry Briggs

Hi Pete - Yes, this question contains the entire work of practice.

I hope to visit Philly in the springtime!

Uku

Barry, sounds great! Looking forward to read your posts!

Barry Briggs

Hi Uku - And I'm looking forward to writing them!

Joseph Bengivenni

I posted this today:
http://somewhereindhamma.wordpress.com/2009/05/27/ox-herding/

let me know if there's anything you'd like me to change,
Thanks,

Joseph

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  • Zen teachers sometimes use the Ten Ox Herding Pictures to describe the path of awakening. Within this metaphorical framework, the ox symbolizes the secretive, unruly human mind.
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