Rindo Fujimoto

‘Beginners often ask me about their problems; however, it is very difficult for me to be of any help to them. Neither a short nor a complicated answer to peoples’ questions is really helpful. It is all right to ask me questions, but it is not enough. One must experiment for oneself and then one will understand. After reading a book on the subject of swimming one must get in the water and find out about it first hand. A book cannot give one the experience.’ (The Way of Zazen)


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  1. To know is to experience it. To be wise is to control your response. Don’t be carted around by your carnal desires and dreams of comfort. Act on principles.

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