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The Buddha-Dharma that has turned into a “thing” cannot reform itself through ordinary means. Though in most respects destruction is not something desirable, Linji rather welcomed the destruction of such things. As he said, to attain True Insight one must not be taken in by others, and this destruction is a perfect way to avoid entanglement. Of course, the motive for destroying images of buddhas was external to the perpetrators, and to that extent they could not transcend the destruction of images.
We won’t possibly be able to examine all of it during this retreat. The meaning of the Record of Linji isn’t something that ends with such outward expressions as words or actions. 3 Neither words nor actions can adequately express it. And yet, without my uttering a single word or making the slightest movement, it is now manifesting itself in all of its majesty, so it really doesn’t matter whether I can cover all of the Record during this retreat or not. It is immediately present truth, beyond all words and actions.
Kaitang (J. kaido), appointed head priest “opens the lecture hall” for the purpose of giving talks on the Dharma. - u- (Kyoto: Chubun, 38. J. Sodosh 1972), p. 362b. 39. J. So kosoden, “Song Records of Eminent Buddhist Priests,” vol. 12. Taisho- 50: 779ab. 40. Skt. rddhi-mayam . nagaram idam . vinirmitam. This expression appears in the Dharma-lotus Sutra, chapter 7, verse 101d; Taisho- 9:27a. 41. Masutani Fumio, Bukkyo- ni okeru Zen no ichi (The Position Zen Occupies in - 1967), pp. 72–3. Buddhism), Koza: Zen, vol.
Critical Sermons of the Zen Tradition: Hisamatsu's Talks on Linji by Kitahara Ryutaro, Christopher Ives, Tokiwa Gishin, Yanagida Seizan, Abe Masao