Zen emphasizes the simplest way of practice

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from notes, Q & A after lecture.

You may think that the various religions of the world will, as a natural course of events, tend to become unified, until a single religion answers to the whole world. But this is not so, because such a tendency towards unity is not the natural way a religion develops. In Buddhism for example, there are many different sects or schools. These differences arose from the same teachings because of the differences in the way of life and the national character of those who studied the Buddha's teaching. ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).

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