I enjoyed reading about Zen anarchy the most. Now, I’m not, nor have I ever been a Buddhist, and can’t claim expertise on Zen or personal knowledge of infinite enlightened truth. But the book, “Zen Anarchy” by Max Cafard states, “[Zen anarchy] rejects all ‘arches’ or principles — supposedly transcendent sources of truth and reality, which are really no more than fixed ideas, mental habits and prejudices that help create the illusion of dominating reality.”
In essence, everything we say or do is an empty lie, a reflection of a facet of interconnected infinite truth that can’t be vocalized by ideals. The way I’m describing it right now? An innocent, well-meaning lie that will help me engage with you and get
blood is thicker than water” remains so popular. Family sticks together no matter what! But do you also make excuses, enabling poor behavior?However, while it’s good to protect someone occasionally, it can create a dependency pattern if it becomes a habit.
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