One day, Chang-sha Ching-tsen (d. 868), one of the well-known Chinese Ch'an masters, wandered in the mountain. When he was back just at the gate of the temple, the head monk asked him:
-Where have you been, Sir?
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Dropping the views of being but clinging to the views of nothing, this is like the sun in the east that gets clouded on itself. [Hui-neng] Dropping the views of nothing but clinging to the views of being, this is like the moon in the west that gets clouded on itself. When mixing the views of being with the views of nothing, the sun and the moon get double clouded.
Note: The sun shines at midnight, no place is not bright.
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