A student approached a famous Zen master in the city asking: “What happens after we die? This is something I’ve been thinking about for a long time and need to know. What happens after we die?” he repeated.
The Zen master said: “I don’t know!”
“You don’t know?” the student shouted in shock. “But you are a venerable zen master!”
“That may be trued but I’m not a dead one,” the Zen master said.
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Q: How many Zen buddhists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Three – one to change it, one to not-change it and one to both change-and not-change it.
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Q: How do you describe a schizophrenic Zen Buddhist?
A: A man who is at two with the universe
Q: How much “ego” do you need?
A: Just enough so that you don’t step in front of a bus.
A student once asked Zen teacher Steve Allen, “If you were given a wish-fulfilling jewel, what would you wish for?” “To stop wishing,” replied Allen
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