Suzuki Roshi

‘To practice is not to collect things and put them in your basket, but rather to find something in your sleeve. It’s just that before you study hard, you don’t know what you have in your sleeve. “Buddha and I have the same thing. Oh! That’s amazing!” That is the spirit we must have.’ (Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness)

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3 thoughts on “Suzuki Roshi

  1. Good morning! Really appreciating things collected are not to be stowed in my basket. Looking for my sleeve to retrieve my study syllabus. Feeling like directions could help me as I sink/sync into this way of thinking. Forging onward! Has anyone seen my sleeve?

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