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Ikkyu Sojun



Japan. "One Pause". Zen master. (1394-1481 AD).


Quotes

"Studying texts and stiff meditation can make you lose your Original Mind.
A solitary tune by a fisherman, though, can be an invaluable treasure.
Dusk rain on the river, the moon peeking in and out of the clouds;
Elegant beyond words, he chants his songs night after night."

"Break open a cherry tree and there are no flowers, but the spring breeze brings forth myriad blossoms."

"From the world of passions returning to the world of passions:
There is a moment's pause.
If it rains, let it rain, if the wind blows, let it blow."


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