Tetsugen, a devotee of Zen in Japan, decided to publish the sutras, which at that time were available only in
Chinese. The books were to be printed with wood blocks in an edition of seven thousand copies, a tremendous
In anger, one looks for calmness; In desire, one looks for purity; In blindness, one looks for clarity; In confusion, one looks for Buddhahood; In hallucination, one looks for Zen. In delusion, one seeks enlightenment; In illusion, one seeks ultimate truth.
If one could drop them all at once, He would immediately be in peace
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