Isan's Buffalo: What changes and what remains constant? Barry Magid May 20th 2009

Miscellaneous Koans Isan's Water Buffalo

One day master Isan said to the assembled monks, "Two hundred and fifty years from now, after I'm dead, a water buffalo will appear and on it's side will be the words "I am Isan." "Tell me," he asked, "will you call it a buffalo or will you call it Isan?"

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