then me is many 道 i learning everyday from all.No lah... I only act blur lah.
I of course understand what you mean. Simply, if one has 佛性 and 佛心, and opens up one's eye to look at the world, one can learn to understand 悟, without needing to read too much.
I also understand what scanner means. scanner advocates reading scripture 念佛 and recitation 咏经 so that one may accumulate knowledge. And this process accumulate merits 修善业. This is of course, widely practised by 出家人 and many 在家居士.
One has to realise that as human, we are all markedly different.
I believe everyone accumulates merits and acquires positive karma (for that matter, negative karma too) in very different ways.
I am one who is somewhere in between Tupi Guy yourself and my good friend scanner. I believe in reading. However I am lazy and I don't have a good brain with good memory. Thus though I read, I can't retain too much, and my understanding is not high.
But whatever little I read, I gain some insight and pointers to direct me towards a more correct direction for me to practise. I believe in instrospection 自观自觉 to meditate on the meanings.
Thus I cannot say 'don't need to read' because I have realised that reading has propelled me further in my search. I would certainly encourage newbies to read.
On the other hand, my laziness and poor aptitude in grasping complex ideas have made me a poor candidate for scriptures of deep meaning. And I tend to give myself excuses that - ok, I hope with whatever little 佛性 I can lead my life in the right way to accumulate positive merits, reduce my negative karma, and one day attain Nirvana.
Maybe in this manner, you all can jokingly label me as walking the Middle Path 走中道.
it's not about 佛性 or 佛心. It about 人心.