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Lin-chi and Ten-Foot-Square-Hut
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
NAME OF THE STUDENT: COURSE NAME TEACHERS NAME DATE OF SUBMISSION LIN-CHI AND THE TEN FEET SQUARE HUT THE ZEN TEACHINGS OF THE MASTER LIN-CHI Record of Lin-chi, translated by Burton Watson explains the existence of a true man without rank in an explicit manner.
The power of action lies in a man’s hand, but his decisions to imply that power is much more powerful than the energy itself. A man capable of extreme stroke, when empowers the desire and maintains to be amid, a man of word and action; becomes a true man. The aim of life is not to wait and watch throughout but to take action when it is needed without hesitation or second thoughts. Doubts can blur the path of destiny so can the temptation of desire. Thus, true man comes with a light and he has a vision which is visible and can be shared by his fellow men. A powerful mind can hold a powerful body, which in turn influences power and control over him and others. Inspiring sayings of Leader of Zen Master, Lin- chi concluded complex laws of life and success; in an easy approach. The core of Buddhism is based on the philosophy of sensibility, down to earth behavior, practical approach of action in life and spirituality. The temptation felt by five senses of a human enable him to experience the state of materialism. The uncountable desires and the appeal of the objective achievement pushes a man into a state of rush for life long. The rigorous journey of Narvana also ends up by rewarding the traveler with experience and patience. Therefore, the control on uncountable desires puts one to ease and struggle for more is stopped by him. This control over temptation makes him the most powerful among others. ...
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