Tuesday, January 22, 2013

literacki


Beginning with the single thought that has no beginning, the multifarious things thus come to be. When you go and look carefully for its source, being a single thought with no beginning, you find that it has none at all. Having no origin at all, the birth of the infinite variety of things could be called a mystery.
Takuan Sōhō (1573 – 1645), Zen master, from “The Clear Sound of Jewels”