Ryokan, a Zen master, lived the simplest kind of life in a little hut at the foot of a mountain. One evening a thief visited the hut only to discover there was nothing to steal.
Ryokan returned and caught him. "You have come a long way...
The Single Minded attitude which I have been keeping, gave me a glimpse of my everyday living circumstance
The concrete foundation of this house Resembles that as a cave (with benefits) such as carpet and a bed.
Waking every day from the "basement cave" to climb stairs a floor above swinging a door open revealing a New Age situation with Computers, Television so forth a modern kitchen for this suchness that all else exists as what is considered ordinary for our time
The Point here: Wake up forward, looking back back-wards [...] a great extreme is the experienced itself
Cool, U live in a cave?? I`ve always wanted to live in a cave! Just wasting away time, making wall grafitti, gnawing on some mammoth leftovers while pondering if I should SENCOREDSENCOREDSCENCORED out of some luciouse cave woman or eat more, or forget the whole dilemma and go to sleep.
The best thing in life is you get to be you. And i get to be me. Together we learn from one other. Being awaken from all we share. The truth lies in the words you speak of from in side your heart. For others to learn from.