Saturday, March 6, 2010

"voidness of apperceiving"

Every "THING" that "we" perceive and conceive

CAN be disputed.

"THIS-NO-THING-NOW" can not.


  1. As "I" see it, "THIS-NO-THING-NOW" can not be disputed because there is no one who could have an opinion. Thoughts arise in "this" but they are not originating from separate individuals.

  2. Hi Dianne, I certainly don't dispute what you're saying, but I think most people would say,"What do you mean there's no one to have an opinion?" On the other hand, who can dispute with(or doubt) what you say(including you), if you say nothing; if you don't attempt to characterize "this", or hold "it" fixed, in any way. Wayne Liquorman put it this way,"That SOMETHING is here, no one can dispute. I don't care WHAT you call it." Or as Wei Wu Wei wrote,"Any attempt to apprehend or express what-I-am, which is what-you-are, is closing an open door in order to pass through it.
    I hope this makes it more clear what I was trying to get at with my post. Thanks again for your interest, Tom.