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"I sincerely hope I never finish this book, or at least, that I have forgotten the beginning by the time I reach the end. Ending each day with a few paragraphs before falling asleep is like a quick chat with a dear friend whose humor and humanism can find something both funny and sometimes bittersweet in all topics." Aug 06, 2012 07:06AM

 

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“Know that the true dharma emerges of itself [during the practice of zazen], clearing away hindrances and distractions.”
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“Only those who have the great capacity of genuine trust can enter this realm [the realm of the buddhas]. Those who have no trust are unable to accept it, however much they hear it.”
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“I like to think of traumatic experience as the sword of Manjushri, a blade that cuts through the curtain we have woven in order to make sense of the world.”
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