Thanks, not sure everyone agrees.danieLion wrote:RobertK,
This is a wonderful thread. Thank you.
More about 'daily practice'
In the Samyutta nikaya V (Sayings on stream entry p347 The great chapter Dhammadina ) 5oo rich merchants came to see the Buddha . They explained they were given over to the joys of wives and family and captivated by the five strands of sense pleasures. They asked how they should live their lives. The Buddha suggested that they train themselves thus:
That would be pretty much be what I do from time to time...."as to those discourses uttered by the Tathagatha, deep, deep in meaning, transcendental and concerned with the void (about anatta) from time to time we will spend our days learning them. That is how you must spend your days."
Hope that is not being evasive?