A Request to Sangha Members: "Three Sacred Sentences" Practice & No AI Posts

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  • Tai Shi
    Member
    • Oct 2014
    • 3306

    #31
    I believe this price of tea is rather Teaching.
    Gassho/ sat/ lah


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    Peaceful, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, for positive poetry 優婆塞 台 婆

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    • Ippo
      Member
      • Apr 2019
      • 276

      #32
      Originally posted by Jundo
      The tree in the front garden.

      Gassho, J

      STLah
      What was the meaning of Bodhidharma coming from the West?


      Gassho,

      Ippo

      SatToday
      Last edited by Ippo; 01-17-2022, 02:38 AM.
      一 法
      (One)(Dharma)

      Everyday is a good day!

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      • Tai Shi
        Member
        • Oct 2014
        • 3306

        #33
        If my humor offended anyone, I am sorry.
        Gassho
        sat/ lah
        Tai Shi


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        Peaceful, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, for positive poetry 優婆塞 台 婆

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        • EricR
          Member
          • May 2019
          • 14

          #34
          While I don't know if I'm a member, I do intend to abide by this since I intend to be more active.

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          • Bion
            Treeleaf Unsui
            • Aug 2020
            • 3716

            #35
            A Request to Sangha Members: "Three Sacred Sentences" Practice

            Originally posted by EricR
            While I don't know if I'm a member, I do intend to abide by this since I intend to be more active.
            We mean members of the forum / community in general, or in other words anyone posting, but as you can see in Jundo’s post, newcomers get a pass for a while [emoji1] . It’s more than anything an invitation to be mindful of our words. Of course, we are grateful that you’re willing to support this initiative [emoji3526] [emoji1374]

            [emoji1374] Sat Today
            "Stepping back with open hands, is thoroughly comprehending life and death. Immediately you can sparkle and respond to the world." - Hongzhi

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            • Bion
              Treeleaf Unsui
              • Aug 2020
              • 3716

              #36
              Originally posted by WorkerB
              Mea culpa. I am reading this a few weeks after joining you. My introduction post was a blabby three paragraphs.

              Gassho,
              b.
              STLAH
              It’s totally fine. We get a pass when we’re brand new and finding our way around! [emoji3526]

              [emoji1374] Sat Today lah
              "Stepping back with open hands, is thoroughly comprehending life and death. Immediately you can sparkle and respond to the world." - Hongzhi

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              • Jundo
                Treeleaf Founder and Priest
                • Apr 2006
                • 39205

                #37
                Originally posted by WorkerB
                Mea culpa. I am reading this a few weeks after joining you. My introduction post was a blabby three paragraphs.

                Gassho,
                b.
                STLAH
                Oh no, it is only a general rule of thumb. Long introductions are most welcome, one of the ways we get to know something about each other.

                Gassho, Jundo

                stlah
                ALL OF LIFE IS OUR TEMPLE

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                • Tai Shi
                  Member
                  • Oct 2014
                  • 3306

                  #38
                  I am a calm poetry. Jundo you have taught me to write; you take your place with all my great teachers.

                  Sat
                  lah
                  Gassho
                  deep bows
                  Tai Shi
                  calm poetry
                  Last edited by Tai Shi; 06-11-2023, 12:07 PM. Reason: truth
                  Peaceful, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, for positive poetry 優婆塞 台 婆

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                  • Tai Shi
                    Member
                    • Oct 2014
                    • 3306

                    #39
                    I am calm poetry. My life has changed. I’m not sure how. I write with heart, that means that you get to know me better with poetry! Furthermore, I have learned to weep with Ground Zero and nuclear Holocaust which my country waged on the country of Japan. Jundo, please forgive me now; my poetry is about heart.
                    Gassho
                    deep bows
                    sat/ lah
                    Tai Shi
                    calm poetry
                    Last edited by Tai Shi; 06-11-2023, 12:09 PM. Reason: add truth
                    Peaceful, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, for positive poetry 優婆塞 台 婆

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                    • Tai Shi
                      Member
                      • Oct 2014
                      • 3306

                      #40
                      For me, zen has been about relinquishing my poetry, which has been influenced by intoxicants. Now my poetry is about heart, and it is time to relinquish all intoxicants slowly without detox sudden, which would kill me. And, become one of 90% who feel no neck pain and place the last brick in the wall, giving up the last of intoxicants! Practice zazen as it is meant to be practiced, with reality. My next poetry, a novel, shall be about Family who represent sobriety.
                      Gassho
                      deep bows
                      Tai Shi/ lah/sat
                      Calm poetry
                      Last edited by Tai Shi; 06-11-2023, 12:19 PM. Reason: add truth
                      Peaceful, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, for positive poetry 優婆塞 台 婆

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                      • Tai Shi
                        Member
                        • Oct 2014
                        • 3306

                        #41
                        It is is a time to refrain, maybe two or three lines in my posts, maybe one or two or seldom three posts each day, or two or one poem, or no poem when I post, when I do not post, zazen each morning, Shikantaza.
                        Peaceful, Tai Shi. Ubasoku; calm, supportive, for positive poetry 優婆塞 台 婆

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                        • Tai Shi
                          Member
                          • Oct 2014
                          • 3306

                          #42
                          Gassho soon, soon.
                          Deep bows
                          sat/lah
                          Tai Shi


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