What, at this moment, is lacking?
The firmest fayth is found in the fewest woordes.
Edward Dyer 1543-1607
Truth is always truth, untruth is always untruth. This is what matters, this is right desire.
From my Zen Quote-a-Day from the month of September:
If the teaching doesn’t feel like it’s forcing something upon you, it is not good teaching.
It remains me of one of my favorite quotes from JBS Haldane in the Introduction of Daedalus:
…it is the whole business of a university teacher to induce people to think.
The most important thing is, only do it. When you only do something 100 percent, then there is no subject, no object. There is no inside or outside. Inside and outside already become one. That means you and the universe are never separate. There is no thinking.
Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of nonessentials.
Having no plates to eat from, moves washing up from a nonessential to an essential, unfortunately.