There is no need to inform at all costs, whether we are in a didactic context (student information), therapeutic situation (physiological information), teaching wisdom (information
I simply dip the quill in the zafuAnd words drill at the tipThen I harvest them on a notebook.That is all there is to it.
From the bottom of the nightHe laid a hand on the notebookHolding on to a creviceOn a rocky face of the mountain,A desperate grip to
The more objects you own,The further lost you’ll be. After all those years spent fantasizing over induced desires, Coveting ready-made solutions to non-existing problems, Stacking
Old masters are my friendsLiving where I am is my daily occupationTying long blades of grass togetherSlowly repairing the hut, Though old masters are long
I am not this house
I am not this money.
Simplify your lifeLike you would simplify the terms of an equationUntil a few numbers remainSo you can understand them in a glance… … In a
« I believe the real teaching of Zen, its core material, is to remind us there is no spirituality separated from what is — literally –at
All this jumble of concepts to untangle, Please, don’t attach to it. Leave it to theologians, to their careers. Lay down this burden of knots.
What people say is all wrong. There is life to be found on the other side of the upward slope. The intensity, the edge of