I find that "A koan has the Buddha nature if it consists entirely of
pieces." comes up more often than I'd like. :-) But, I tried to strike
a good balance between practicality and variety. If you get an
unusable rule, either tweak it or try again.
On Mar 7, 2009, at 5:22 PM, Dale Sheldon wrote:
On Sat, 7 Mar 2009, Karl von Laudermann wrote:
By the way, this seems like a good time to once again plug the
I know you have that warning about possible illogical rules, but...
"A koan has the Buddha nature if it contains no grounded pieces."
...this made me laugh.
(Almost as much as the first rule I got, "A koan has the Buddha
nature if all of its medium pieces are touching a weird piece, and
it consists entirely of flat pieces.")
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