Hard Manual Labor

 

Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series

 

Source:

Zen’s Chinese Heritage

The Masters and Their Teachings

By: Andy Ferguson

 

“How miraculous and wondrous,

Hauling water and carrying firewood.”

(Page 108)

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: Manual work in the garden brings me great joy. Chopping, trimming, digging, planting, and harvesting all bring me close to the earth. Working meditation!

 

Zen’s Chinese Heritage: The Masters and Their Teachings

 

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