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Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series

 

Source:

Zen Buddhism: A History

India And China

By: Heinrich Dumoulin

 

“When hunger comes., I eat my rice.

When sleep comes I close my eyes.

Fools laugh at me, but

The wise man understands.”

By: Lin- chi

866 CE

(Page 201)

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments:

The sun rises!

The sun sets!

Today, I sweep the stepping stones in the garden.

Tomorrow, I pick fresh vegetables for a  salad.

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Zen Buddhism: A History, India & China (Volume 1)

 

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