Monday, April 4, 2011

Buddhist Thoughts on Impermanence, Plutonium and Beauty

By Lewis Richmond:

One evening, after my Zen teacher Shunryu Suzuki had finished his talk, a student raised his hand. "You've been talking about Buddhism for nearly an hour," he said with some agitation, "and I haven't been able to understand a thing you said. Could you say one thing about Buddhism I can understand?"

Suzuki waited patiently until the nervous laughter died down and then quietly said, "Everything changes".....

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