All The Same

 

Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series

 

Source:

Alan Watts

In My Own Way

An Autobiography 

 

“In the scene of spring there is nothing inferior,

nothing superior;

Flowering branches grow naturally, some short, some long.”

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: Throughout the decades, while working and admiring; I have come to  appreciate more the simple plants and creatures that live in or visit my tropical Zen garden. Even the inorganic boulders, rocks, stones, chimes, statues, etc, take on a different appearance because of weathering, organic growth, or changes in light.

 


IN MY OWN WAY{ by Alan W. Watts (1973-12-12)

 

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