2008-10-22: Learning Zen (wei wu wei)
I hope you are finding this series educational. This comic is of course a tall tale about Po-Chang's famous aphorism about riding oxen. Paul Bunyan says: "When hungry, eat; when tired, sleep."
How tall a tall tale? As tall as the Buddha!
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[[RABID AND FRIENDS(tm) DO LEARNING WITH COMICS!!(tm) WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH ZEN PART TWO: MOTION IN STILLNESS]] Paul Bunyan: Well folks've been tellin' me you went missing, Babe, so hold still and I'll climb on your back for a look around to find you. Paul Bunyan: Well that looks like your hindquarters, doesn't it? Pick up the pace!! Babe: Actually I think we're catching up to ourselves... Paul Bunyan: Seems to me looking for Babe so hard got us into a pickle! Let's take a breather, friend! Paul Bunyan: Handsome AND clever!! Paul Bunyan: You've cleaned me out... got no way to pay you but my ox! Paul Bunyan: Works for me!! Paul Bunyan: Hey everybody! Two identical oxen! I named them both Babe! Now I'm hungry, so let's eat!!
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