Quote of the Day: Hekiganroku
Words soon fail –as they should! –as they’ve always done! –perhaps poetry and “poametry” are systems of compensation for this system of failure where words fall short of a more intuitive understanding! –happened to me in the Quality 16 Cinema, on Jackson Road in Ann Arbor, Michigan –when “limited fork” was conceived and born; I left the movie understanding something that I couldn’t completely express, and since then, I’ve spent so much time trying to express “limited fork theory” in ways that spread a truth that I experienced and felt immediately….–on every scale that I occupied, in every location that I ever occupied; all systems of times and dimensions merged…. My struggle has become expression of what I understood…. Want this to remain a struggle…
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One of the ways that Zen Buddhism differs from other schools of Buddhism is in its concept and cultivation of direct enlightenment – moments of instant realization of truths in ways that cannot be explained in words.
Over my years of study, I’ve compiled a rather large collection of inspiring quotes: a selection of them sit aside in a purple box for days like today when I’m not quite sure what to write about. Days like this, I like to sit and read through each of them, one-by-one, until I find one that inspires me to write.
While I’ve come across this quote many times before, it didn’t mean all that much to me; but I could tell there was a deeper meaning that I just wasn’t seeing yet, so I have…
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