Reader Robert has this very interesting rejoinder: Re: OCTOBER 14TH – FEDERATION OF LIGHT SHIP AR.... Yea....this is sure making things happen where I am...on the Loas Thailand border...as a teacher at the military school and near by DUMB base..they are frantic...there is more traffic...trucks,choppers...millitary equipment...lots of truck mounted scaler weapons,laser guns..sound boards...the likes as i have never seen. And i have been teaching them how to operate many weapons that most in this world would be in ahhh of.... But here is the thing - it is the shamans and pra here who are saying that Buddha is coming on a ship..October 14...and believe me when these guys say things the people all listen. There are no non believers of Buddha in Thailand....the preparations they are doing would astound you...they say that he will not speak in words but will emmit a love frequency that will be felt by all..as i know a little about this i feel this living craft will give off a frequency at 638hertz...but i have to study more on this..our school is going to be shut down tomorrow for 2 weeks...i thought i was to be killed last night as the M.I.B.landed in my yard...whoa..i have never seen such military expertise..a S.W.A.T.team would have run from these beings...they had glass helmets and every step, every move they made was all in unison.. they spoke using a device that desiphers different dialects.....BE AT YOUR SCHOOL OCTOBER 12 sam tomb ..9pm..
Q: I saw a book named "If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him." What does this mean?
WBZM: Zen means becoming independent. That is the Buddha's teaching. Many people, however, become attached to teachers, attached to ideas, attached to words. It can be a kind of sickness. I heard a story about two friends walking down the street. One friend fell down, and the other one started to laugh. So the one who fell down said, "Look, that's not very nice. In the Bible it says that even if your enemy falls into adversity, you must not laugh, or rejoice. His friend responded, "Yes, of course I read that in the Bible, but it doesn't say anything about laughing when your friend falls down." That's a joke of course, but sadly we do attach to words, usually missing what they point at. To be independent means that you find for yourself what the truth is. Don't just take someone's word for it, no matter how famous a person it is. If you attach to someone, you attach to someone's ideas, judgments, opinions. So if you meet the Buddha on the road you must kill him. Those are good words! However, even more importantly, when you meet your own 1, my, me, kill them. Think of your life as a kind of a laboratory. You hear of a good formula. Don't accept it automatically. Test it in your fife. If it really works, then use it, and teach it to others. If it doesn't, throw it out Kill the Buddha, because you are the most important authority. That means that you must become Buddha. That means that your practicing is most important