Finding The Way

 

Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series

 

Source:

Classics of Buddhism And Zen

Volume Two

(Zen Reader)

Page 129

The Collected Translations Of Thomas Cleary

 

False Teachers

“Even if you seek tranquility, delight in goodness, and search for the source, if you don’t meet someone with genuine true knowledge and understanding, it will turn instead into major error. The fault lies in false teachers.” (P’U-AN)

 

Hermit Poet’s CommentsI search for wisdom by reading translations of the ancient Zen masters as well as books by modern knowledgeable practitioners.

 


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