Rinzai's “Record” was written by his disciples. It contains his teachings, episodes from his training and from his teaching career. As all the great Zen masters, he was firmly based on the Buddhist teachings, conversant with the scriptures, and freely quoting them. But rather then lip-service and routine learning, he demand a genuine insight into the scriptures, and a life lived out of this insight. If at times he seems to deride–it is not the scriptures, but his students, who were apt to piously and tenaciously cling to the words rather than attempt to understant them….
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Japanese Tool box in Oak and Walnut
11" long x 4" wide x 3 1/2" high Inspired by the traditional Japanese woodworkers' toolbox, this intriguing design offers a walnut peg sliding locking mechanism. When removed, the lid slides over and can be lifted to reveal the contents t...Details »