Breakfast with Basho

02006-03-29 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

The intersection between no preference and making wise (and other-wise) choices. It needs to flow naturally is all I can say, because we need both sides of that coin. There is no absolute separate from the relative – and I prefer the word relating to the word relative… unity and duality are forever intertwined… The trick, then, is to be able to flow from resting in no preference to jumping into action and making oneself useful.


  1. Borya

    You would be a wonderful discussion partner for Pope Benedict XVI. and his fight against relativism. You even might talk it through in German. :)

  2. Ottmar

    Hah! Bring it on.


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