Friday, September 16, 2011

Clearly

Clearly
by Scott Bradley


"Clearly, clearly the Tao is known. It is just this. Why don't you pass through?"
— Pai-Yun

Pai-yun was a Zen master of the 10th Century. He is quoted by Wu-men (13th Century) in the Postscript to his collection of koans, the Wu-men Kuan (Chinese) or Mumonkan (Japanese), or The Gateless Barrier (Robert Aitken).

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