Stories of the Mad Yogi

A Bodhisattva was saving insects by the water’s edge, letting them crawl up his finger and down into the grass. His friend the Buddhist approached.

“What are you doing?” he asked happily.

“Saving Mothers,” was the reply.

“Is it Authentic?” he queried.

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6 Comments on “Stories of the Mad Yogi”

  1. Jordan says:

    This is very interesting to think about… In this context what does authentic mean?

  2. Jon says:

    it is authentic

    • Jon says:

      that is too say it is authentic from the bodhisattvas perspective and it is authentic from the Buddhist friends perspective.

  3. the questioner started out happy, was he still happy when he had the question?


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