We Should Not Stick to Words or Rules Too Much

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Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness, p. 151
verbatim transcript, from audio, Wind Bell title: "It Is Not Always So" Sandokai Lecture No. 12

If you listen to the words, you should understand the source of the teaching. Don't establish your own rules. If you don't practice in your everyday life as you walk, how can you know the way? (Translation by Suzuki.)] Tonight and tonight lecture and one more lecture will be the last concluding lecture for Sandokai. And here it says Koto wo uke te wa subekaraku shu wo esu beshi. Koto means “the first character.” We read from this side, you know: Koto wo-- Koto? Koto ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).


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