It is my understanding that Zen, or the Toa, is an underpinning of MOQ. If
you know little about Zen, how you can fairly criticize the MOQ. If you
have not investigated Zen, I don't see that you can fairly compare it with
I need no religion to reconnect me to the whole, I am connected to the whole.
At 10:09 AM 8/1/2005 +0200, you wrote:
>You wrote 30 Jul 16:11 -0400:
>"I am surprised you never felt a curiosity to investigate Zen Philosophy?"
>Quakerism performs the same functions for me. I would need too many
>lifetimes to investigate everything that's of potential value to me.
>Meditation and mindfulness (in Zen) and the attitude of seeking divine
>guidance (in Quakerism) indeed belong to the intellectual level in my scheme
>too, to its upper reaches.
>Religiosity for me is no more and no less than identification with the
>whole, the One, with Quality as such. Re-ligare, to re-connect... Are you
>sure that religiosity is not needed either...?
>With friendly greetings,