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101 Zen Stories

15/02/201111:14(Xem: 5090)
101 Zen Stories

101 Zen Stories

(The Gateless Gate )



[1 -20]

1.  A Cup of Tea 
2.  Finding a Diamond on a Muddy Road 
3.  Is That So? 
4.  Obedience 
5.  If You Love, Love Openly 
6.  No Loving - Kindness 
7.  Annoucement 
8.  Great Waves 
9.  The Moon Cannot Be Stolen 
10.  The Last Poem of Hoshin 
11.  The Story of Shunkai 
12.  Happy Chinaman 
13.  A Buddha 
14.  Muddy Road 
15.  Shoan and His Mother 
16.  Not Far From Buddhahood 
17.  Stingy in Teaching 
18.  A Parable 
19.  The First Principle 
20.  A Mother's Advice


21.  The Sound of One Hand 
22.  My Heart Burns Like Fire 
23.  Eshun's Departure 
24.  Reciting Sutras 
25.  Three Days More 
26.  Trading Dialogue For Lodging 
27.  The Voice of Happiness 
28.  Open Your Own Treasure House 
29.  No Water, No Moon 
30.  Calling Card 
31.  Everything is Best 
32.  Inch Time Foot Gem 
33.  Mokusen's Hand 
34.  A Smile in His Lifetime 
35.  Every-Minute Zen 
36.  Flower Shower 
37.  Publishing the Sutras 
38.  Gisho's Work 
39.  Sleeping in the Daytime 
40.  In Dreamland


41.  Joshu's Zen 
42.  The Dead Man's Answer 
43.  Zen in a Beggar's Life 
44.  The Thief Who Became a Disciple
45.  Right and Wrong 
46.  How Grass and Trees Become Enlightened 
47.  The Stingy Artist 
48.  Accurate Proportion 
49.  Black-Nosed Buddha 
50.  Ryonen's Clear Realization 
51.  Sour Miso 
52.  Your Light May Go Out 
53.  The Giver Should Be Thankful 
54.  The Last Will and Testament 
55.  The Tea-Master and The Assassin
56.  The True Path 
57.  The Gates of Paradise 
58.  Arresting the Stone Buddha 
59.  Soldiers of Humanity 
60.  The Tunnel


61.  Gudo and the Emperor 
62.  In the Hands of Destiny 
63.  Killing 
64.  Kasan Sweat 
65.  The Subjugation of a Ghost 
66.  Children of His Majesty 
67.  What Are You Doing! What Are You Saying! 
68.  One Note of Zen 
69.  Eating the Blame 
70.  The Most Valuable Thing in the World 
71.  Learning to Be Silent 
72.  The Blockhead Lord 
73.  Ten Successors 
74.  True Reformation 
75.  Temper 
76.  The Stone Mind 
77.  No Attachment to Dust 
78.  Real Prosperity 
79.  Incense Burner 
80.  The Real Miracle


81.  Just Go to Sleep 
82.  Nothing Exists 
83.  No Work, No Food 
84.  True Friends 
85.  Time to Die 
86.  The Living Buddha and the Tubmaker 
87.  Three Kinds of Disciples 
88.  How to Write a Chinese Poem 
89.  Zen Dialogue 
90.  The Last Rap 
91.  The Taste of Banzo's Sword 
92.  Fire-Poker Zen 
93.  Storyteller's Zen 
94.  Midnight Excursion 
95.  A Letter to a Dying Man 
96.  A Drop of Water 
97.  Teaching the Ultimate 
98.  Non-Attachment 
99.  Tosui's Vinegar 
100.  The Silent Temple 
101.  Buddha's Zen


Contents  [1 -20]  [21-40]  [41-60]  [61-80]  [81-101]


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