One day, when the brilliant Chinese Cha'n master Chao-chou was sweeping the court of the monastery, a man asked him:
-Ch'an monastery supposed to be clean and pure. Why is there dust to sweep?
IT IS THUS
Posted on Sep.25.2009 @ 06:02AM EDT by chontri
When a flower appears before it, it reflects the flower. When a bee appears before it, it reflects the bee. When an empty space appears before it, it reflects the empty space. When nothing appears before it, it reflects nothing. It is itself. No trace left on it. It is thus.
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