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Sunday, September 25, 2005

The Finger is not the Moon by Zen-Master Zensho

Really look, leave everything just as it is, stop running about like frightened chickens, and see things the way they are! When you leave everything just as it is, you no longer try to make everything fit into the mold of conceptual fixation, the mold of your old accustomed way of viewing things. You no longer distort situations and things with your recollections, with the contents of your memory of a dead past, and you no longer mistake your projections for the things themselves.



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Blogger "James" said...

Excellent!!

2:33 PM  

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