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IT’S LIKE THIS SEE

Ten percent circumstance, ninety percent attitude.

DISAMBIGUATION

DISAMBIGUATION

Content or else left discontented.
Full of content or else empty; open to
A blossoming in contentedness.

Void and avoid after all cousins;
It’s all about words and worlds
give or take a letter or two.

“You should stop words and letters,”
Says Dogen, “and learn to withdraw
and reflect on yourself.

“When you do so
your body and mind will naturally fall away,
and your original Buddha nature will appear.”

A BITTER FRUIT

A BITTER FRUIT

A clutching onto
One unique I
Rather than
Embodying the All
In the current instant
Is the root of all suffering

SCAPEGOAT

SCAPEGOAT

The situation
Is never the true problem
But our reaction to it

THE MAGIC OF RELATIVITY

THE MAGIC OF RELATIVITY

You can make this ant
Larger than that elephant
Just get really close

ATTITUDE

ATTITUDE

Any attitude
Is simply ineptitude
Just you wait and see

LOST AND FOUND

LOST AND FOUND

Once we had a lap
That disappeared as we stood
Where has it gone to?

Likewise these fists disappear
Once the fingers are unclenched

THAT’S NOT RIGHT!

You want perfection? Try adjusting your perspective.

WORTH

Every coin has two sides.

RELEASE

What are you releasing that no longer energizes you?

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