[Buddha-l] Loving your object of study

Jackhat1 at aol.com Jackhat1 at aol.com
Sun Dec 2 06:34:59 MST 2007

In a message dated 11/20/2007 3:55:51 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
rbzeuschner at roadrunner.com writes:

Curt did  understand my remark: it is a Western presupposition that makes 
us  separate out the wisdom/intellectual approach from the "practice"  
approach. The pathway of wisdom is a form of  practice.

I ran across the following: 
"Then there is the case where a monk takes the Dhamma as he has heard &  
studied it and thinks about it, evaluates it, and examines it with his  intellect. 
He spends the day in Dhamma-thinking. He neglects seclusion. He  doesn't 
commit himself to internal tranquility of awareness. This is called a  monk who is 
keen on thinking, not one who dwells in the Dhamma."

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