Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series




The Watercourse Way

By: Alan Watts

With the collaboration of

Al Chung- Liang Huang


“(As I ) sit quietly, doing nothing,

Spring comes and grass grows itself.”


Quoted in Zenrin Kushu (Ch’an Ling Chu Chi)

(page 43)


Hermit Poet’s Comments: Spending time alone in nature is an excellent way to recharge our batteries. Gardening is also relaxing and exciting to watch the vegetables and other ornamental plants grow.


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