No Journey

See that you create the space in which the world moves, the time in which it lasts. Come to realize that the world is only sand. You may play with it, you may walk on it, but don’t build your house there.

There is no journey, as such. It may not seem so, but we are always back where we started. What we were in essence, and what we will be in essence, is what we are in essence.

Ponder this; more tomorrow.



Words and Concepts

Words consistently fail to express the ineffable. Every word approaches it and is then repelled back. More words fail further. Words produce concepts; many words produce many concepts.

In that regard, Wu Hsin speaks minimally, making a point and leaving it up to the listener to allow the words to bask in silence and, in so doing, discern the deeper meaning.

Don’t attempt to understand.