By Liang-Chieh, Liang-Chih Tung-Shan
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Said the Master. "I have erred," said Ch'inglin, who then paid his respects and left. "101 Page 44 "Your head has fallen," said Lungya. " laughed Teshan loudly. Later Lungya went to Tungshan's and told him about the previous incident. " "He didn't say anything," replied Lungya. Show this old monk Teshan's fallen head," commanded the Master. For the first time Lungya understood, and he admitted his error. " 102 "I will only answer you when Tung Creek103 flows backwards," replied the Master.
Asked Shushan. "That can't be determined," said the Master. " "I wouldn't recognize him," replied Shushan. " asked the Master. " said Shushan. "I am doing that now," said the Master. " asked Shushan. The Master didn't reply. " "Wuling,"95 replied Ch'inglin. " asked the Master. "It's a barbaric land in which bamboo shoots come up in winter," replied Ch'inglin. " Ch'inglin swung his sleeves and departed. " "Take good care of yourself," said the Master. No part of my body leaves a shadow,"97 said Ch'inglin.
Page 24 "Yes, I can," said the Master. " said Kueishan. ' asked the monk. " 'It is,' replied the National Teacher. ' " 'It is constantly expounding it, radiantly expounding it, expounding it without ceasing,' replied the National Teacher. ' asked the monk. " 'All the sages have acquired such hearing,' replied the National Teacher. ' " 'No, I can't,' replied the National Teacher. 16 " 'I teach for ordinary people, not sages,' replied the National Teacher. ' asked the monk. " 'Then they are no longer ordinary people,' said the National Teacher.