The field of consciousness is tiny. It accepts only one problem at a time. Get into a fistfight, put your mind on the strategy of the fight, and you will not feel the other fellow's punches.
—Antoine de Saint-ExupéryIf you want to ask where the flowers comes from, even the God of spring doesn't know.
—Zen SayingOne who understands truth is
wu-nien (without thought),
wu-i (without memory), and
wu-chao (without attachment).
If a man understands the Tao in the morning, it is well with him even when he dies in the evening.
—ConfuciusThe path of the enlightened one leaves no track—it is like the path of birds in the sky.
—The BuddhaPerhaps the truth depends on a walk around the lake.