Thursday, 25 May 2017


116. There is a koan that features a stone on which a name is inscribed. It is the practitioner's task to read that name. This done, he or she must then respond to the claim that whereas on one side of the stone it cannot get wet, on the other it cannot get dry. This koan comes to mind as I hear daily of the suffering and violence in the world. 

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