Ozy And Millie: The predictable results

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Notes: White-out corrections in panels 3 and 4.

  10 comments for “Ozy And Millie: The predictable results

    • Maybe it doesn’t. The book probably just interested him. I mean a Buddist can still enjoy the bible if he wanted.

    • As I understand it, Ozy’s inhereted a pretty mishmashed view of Eastern spiritualism. Llewellyn talks about the non-action of the Tao Te Ching as if it’s Zen.

    • It’s easier to write a book report on the Tao Te Ching than to do so on Zen Flesh, Zen Bones.

      …Thinking about it, writing a book report on Zen Flesh, Zen Bones probably qualifies as missing the point by a good couple of barn-sides.

    • Ch’an, or Zen, Buddhism actually originated when Buddhism mixed with Taoism. So, Zen and Taoism overlap a lot.

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