Thursday, February 21, 2013

Huang Po: Warrior's Pearl

The Reading:

Suppose a warrior, forgetting that he was already wearing his pearl on his forehead, were to seek for it elsewhere, he could travel the whole world without finding it.  But if someone who knew what was wrong were to point it out to him, the warrior would immediately realize that the pearl had been there all the time.


With one anecdote we see; nothing to seek, nothing to find; nothing to gain, nothing to realize.

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