Same Same But Different or Just Same Same?

 

Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series

 

Source:

The Tao of Zen

By: Ray Grigg

 

“Proper lightness…

 springs from the root of heaviness.

Proper action…

springs from the root of stillness”

By: Lao Tzu

(Page 286)

 

 

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments:

 

The happy Buddha statue just stands there and makes me laugh.

 A lizard crawls all over the statue unaware of the pleasure the Buddha statue gives me.

 

The tomatoes ripen on the vine.

I pick several for a large fresh salad.

The birds also eat a couple along the way.

 

Today

It is raining

Tomorrow

Maybe the sun will be hot and I can work on my tan

 

 

 

 

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