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Thursday, June 6, 2019

Reading n Commenting on Lotus Sutra

"(There are) sons of the Sugata who try to reach enlightenment by wisdom; they understand the law of indifference and avoid acting at the antinomy (of things), unattached like birds in the sky."

By having perfect wisdom, they understand the law of indifference. Indifference means non action, non thinking, non activity. "And avoid acting at the antinomy [paradox]," dualistic action, "unattached like birds in the sky." We say, "Bird flies like a bird, fish swims like a fish." That is that. 
 -------------------------------- Excerpt from Shunryu Suzuki lecture - 68-02-00-B as found on Edited by DC