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Sayings of Layman P'ang #56: Tan-hsia's Rosary

Sayings of Layman P'ang #56: Tan-hsia's Rosary

One day, while Tan-hsia was holding a rosary in his hand, the Layman came up to him and grabbed hold of it, saying, "Now neither of us is empty—handed."

Tan—hs'ia said, "The covetous old man doesn't know right from wrong."

The Layman said, "But the Master has yet to give testimony for my arrest. What will he say when it comes down to it?"

Tan-hsia said, "Oh, boo—hoo! Boo—hoo!"

The Layman said, "What a crybaby the Master is!"

Tan—hsia said, "Where's my stick?"

The Layman said, "You wouldn't beat an old man, would you?"

Tan-hsia said, "A Chinaman who's numb to pain deserves to be beaten mercilessly."

The Layman said, "Have you no other means to make me give up possession?"

Tan—hsia then let go of the rosary and walked away.

The Layman said, "Stop, thief! How can someone steal what is freely given?"

Tan—hsia turned around and laughed heartily.

The Layman said, "So! The thief has been caught out!"

Tan-hsia then came up to the Layman and grabbed him by the lapels, saying, "Do you have anything else up your sleeve?"

The Layman slapped him.

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P’ang and Tan-hsia | What’s going on?

 

You can read the text without my notes, including Tan-hsia’s meeting with the Layman’s daughter, in this post I shared recently.

 

 

Pointer:

What is the attitude of Layman P’ang?

What’s the attitude of Tan-hsia?

What’s going on?

 

 

> Later, When Tan-hsia came to see the Layman, though the Layman saw him coming, he neither rose nor spoke to him.^1 Tan-hsia raised his whisk; the Layman raised his mallet.^2

 

  1. Tan-hsia had visited once earlier, but went away before they’d had a chance to meet. P’ang elaborates on this in a second.

  2. Tan-hsia letting his status known. P’ang calling Tan-hsia’s bullshit.

 

> “Just this, or is there something else?” asked Tan-hsia.

 

“Is this all this P’ang guy is about? Have you got nothing?”

 

> “Seeing you this time is not the same as seeing you before,” observed the Layman.

> “Go on and belittle my reputation as you please,” said Tan-hsia.

 

Tan-hsia clinging to his own karma, while also showing it off. He’s proud, right?

 

> “A while ago you took a hit [from my daughter],” returned the Layman.

 

P’ang does go on.

 

> “If that’s so,” said Tan-hsia, “then you’ve made [my] T’ien-jan’s mouth dumb.”

> “You’re dumb because of your intrinsic nature,”^1 said the Layman, “and now you afflict me with dumbness.”^2

 

  1. Is P’ang being rude? Is P’ang being compassionate? Honest?

  2. Does “dumbness” really contaminate?

_

Tan-hsia was pulling them both down, but P’ang isn’t going.

 

> Tan-hsia drew down his whisk and departed.

 

Tan-hsia lost interest. Obviously.

 

> “Jan Acarya, Jan Acarya [Master Jan]!” called the Layman.

 

What’re you trying to say P’ang? That he shouldn’t give up?

 

> But Tan-hsia did not look back.

 

The hole was dug, and what prideful fella would take a hand from above?
A hand from P’ang, no less...

 

> “He’s come down not only with dumbness but with deafness as well,” remarked the Layman.

 

P’ang, not holding any grudges, not involving himself in Tan-hsia’s game, avoids the infliction of dumbness.

 

 

> *(A whisk was originally used by Indian Buddhist monks to brush away insects without injuring th

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Anyone ever been a patient of Dr Henry Hsia at UCSF? I'm scheduled to see him and would like to hear opinions, perspectives and advice.
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Tan Hsia's Sudden Enlightenment

“Tan Hsia” was Ch'an Master T'ien Jan of Tan Hsia in Teng Province of Honan. At first he studied Confucianism, intending to go to Ch'ang-an to take part in the examinations for official posts. Then unexpectedly while he was staying over at a travelers' lodge, he dreamed that a white light filled the room. A diviner said, “This is an auspicious omen of understanding emptiness.” There happened to be a Ch'an traveler there who asked him, “Good man, where are you going?” He said, “To be chosen to be an official.” The Ch'an traveller said, “How can choosing an official career compare to choosing Buddhahood?” Tan Hsia asked, “What place shold I go to to choose Buddhahood?” The Ch'an traveler said, “At the present time Grand Master Ma has appeared in the world in Kiangsi. This is the place to choose Buddhahood --- you should go there, good man.”

After this Tan Hsia went directly to Kiangsi. The moment he saw Grand Master Ma he lifted up the edge of his turban (to look at Ma). Master Ma observed him and said, “I am not your Teacher --- go to Shih T'ou's place in Nan Yueh.” Tan Hsia hastened to Nan Yueh where he submitted to Shih T'ou with the same idea as before (at Ma Tsu's place). Shih T'ou told him to go to the stable, and Tan Hsia bowed in thanks. He entered the workmen's hall and worked along with the congregation for three years.

One day Shih T'ou announced to the assembly, “Tomorrow we're going to clear away the weeds in front of the Buddha's shrine.” The next day everyone equipped himself with a hoe to cut down the weeds. Tan Hsia alone took a bowl, filled it with water, and washed his head; then he knelt in front of Master Shih T'ou. Shih T'ou saw this and laughed at him, then shaved his head for him. As Shih T'ou began to explain the precepts for him, Tan Hsia covered his ears and went out.

Then Tan Hsia headed for Kiangsi to call again on Ma Tsu. Before meeting with Ma Tsu to pay his respects, he went into the monks' hall and sat astride the neck of the holy statue (of Manjusri). At the time everybody became very perturbed and hurried to report this to Ma Tsu. Tsu personally went to the hall to have a look at him and said, “My son is so natural.” Hsia immediately got down and bowed saying, “Thank you, Master, for giving me a Dharma name.” Because of this he was called T'ien Jan (which means natural).

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What is the lowest amount needed in HSIA to be able to get interest every month?

Just a quick question and like the title says - What is the lowest amount that is needed in a HSIA (PC Financial or Tangerine) so that it will still be able to generate some some of interest?

Thanks!

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Can someone explain what an HSIA network is?

Is it a network for mobile? home internet? what does it compare to and why is it better/worse?

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I work for a HSIA provider. We install and support Guest Networks in Hotels. AMA

I work with you guys on a regular basis. The Front Desk is my friend. Do you have any questions for me?

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Tan-hsia visits Mr. P’ang

 

> One day Ch’an Master Tan-hsia T’ien-jan came to visit the Layman. As soon as he reached the gate he saw [the Layman’s] daughter Ling-chao carrying a basket of greens.

> “Is the Layman here?” asked Tan-hsia.

> Ling-chao put down the basket of greens, politely folded her arms [one on top of the other] and stood still.

> “Is the Layman here?” asked Tan-hsia again.

> Ling-chao picked up the basket and walked away. Tan-hsia then departed.

> When the Layman returned a little later, Ling-chao told him of the conversation.

> “Is Tan-hsia here?” asked the Layman.

> “He’s gone,” replied Ling-chao.

> Red earth painted with milk.” remarked the Layman.

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> Later, When Tan-hsia came to see the Layman, though the Layman saw him coming, he neither rose nor spoke to him. Tan-hsia raised his whisk; the Layman raised his mallet.

> “Just this, or is there something else?” asked Tan-hsia.

> “Seeing you this time is not the same as seeing you before,” observed the Layman.

> “Go on and belittle my reputation as you please,” said Tan-hsia.

> “A while ago you took a hit [from my daughter],” returned the Layman.

> “If that’s so,” said Tan-hsia, “then you’ve made [my] T’ien-jan’s mouth dumb.”

> “You’re dumb because of your intrinsic nature,” said the Layman, “and now you afflict me with dumbness.”

> Tan-hsia drew down his whisk and departed.

> “Jan Acarya, Jan Acarya [Master Jan]!” called the Layman.

> But Tan-hsia did not look back.

> “He’s come down not only with dumbness but with deafness as well,” remarked the Layman.

>  

> A whisk was originally used by Indian Buddhist monks to brush away insects without injuring them. Later, the whisk was carried as a symbol of authority by Ch’an teachers. The mallet was used in Ch’an ceremonies to call the monks to order.

 

 

The Recorded Sayings of Layman P’ang

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Tan-hsia | another visit

 

Previous visits

I was asked to comment

 

 

> One day Tan-hsia went again to visit the Layman. As he reached the gate they met. Tan-hsia asked: "Is the Layman here?"

> "A starving man doesn't choose his food," returned the Layman.

> "Is old P'ang here?" asked Tan-hsia.

> "Heavens, heavens!" sighed the Layman and entered the house.

> "Heavens, heavens!" sighed Tan-hsia; then [he turned and] went back.

 

 

The Recorded Sayings of Layman P'ang

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