Tuesday, April 17, 2007


An interesting distinction between zen and tibetan buddhism: the latter's primary focus on moral conduct. No stats to support this, but it seems that today tibetan forms flourish, relative to zen.

I helped out my neighbor put down a floor on the weekend. A retired engineer, he insisted that I get paid ( When we are done, he will give me 200 glass blocks that he has in his workshop, unused). Bob has done well, and has a strong code of conduct. He believes in "reaping what he sows."

Morality applied to business - may only be a problem when you notice its absence?

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