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  One day a girl in geisha house hailed the Japanese Zen master Mokudo by name.
He went inside and discovered that the girl was a childhood acquaintance.
The crops had failed one year in their village, and she had become a courtesan... continue...

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EACH DAY ONE STEP
Each day one step.
Each step gets closer to a graveyard or crematory.
What would one do with the rest of the days of his lifetime on this earth?

P.S.:
Don't say:
I don't know, you tell me.
I'd do nothing or I'd laugh, I'd smile,
I'd cry, I'd eat, I'd drink, I'd sleep, I'd go to bathroom..., and the like.

ChonTri 01/12/2008


 



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