how does zen differ from theravada?

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Re: how does zen differ from theravada?

Post by Sambojjhanga » Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:16 pm

m0rl0ck wrote:I think the biggest difference is that zen is right and theravada is wrong. The biggest similiarity being that they both have an "e" in them.
Anyone can make such a statement. Unless you are simply being provocative, can you please innumerate some specific incidences where you find zen "right" and theravada "wrong"?
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