Tag Archives: Daoism

RCR – Acting

It’s hot, even before 9, as the wind dies and the sun has yet to rise into the leaves. An eagle circles, calling forlornly and then beats its great wings and brushes the ridge as it passes to the other … Continue reading

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RCR – Really Saying It

Saying is not doing Expression is never experience Words are not meaning A book is never life. And yet we write Human beings are incorrigible! Writing is useless; at worst it seeks to add to opinions, at best it can … Continue reading

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All is Way

There is a way deep-down things. Yet, turn toward it and it turns away from you, name it and you miss it. It is both mother and father to the world, parent to you and me both. Yet, while it … Continue reading

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RCR – What has been given to us?

We must carry an iron yoke with no hole, It is a slight matter, the curse is passed on to our descendants; If you want to support the gate and sustain the house, You must climb a mountain of swords … Continue reading

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Desire as Homecoming (in 20 bullet points!)

In this world there is only love and fear, but only one of them is real. Indra’s ‘Jewelled Net’ describes love’s relation of all-with-all. The motive force of this cosmos of love is desire. Human being receives its inspiration from this … Continue reading

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Dao and Desire

A million individual events. Each one nothing in itself, nothing but the effervescence of the moment. A million little events, a billion little events? Right now across the universe, how many billions upon billions of events, momentarily shape its direction? … Continue reading

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Cosmic Consciousness

Cosmic Consciousness is a phrase gaining currency today in the English-speaking world as an expression of a long-standing although relatively silent tradition in the West. It has been taken up by those who seek to extrapolate the work of Twentieth … Continue reading

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Fukuoka and the Action of No-Action Through the Heart Sutra

Fukuoka is seen by some as a sustainable farmer, by others as an organic gardener, yet others see him as a permaculturalist or proponent of a more natural agriculture, and a few actually read Fukuoka and attempt to become natural … Continue reading

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What is the Meaning of Being?

With a palpable sense of joy Nietzsche reduces the history of western thought on ‘Truth’ to the following few words; How the True World Finally Became a Fable: The History of an Error 1. The true world–attainable for the sage, … Continue reading

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