Click on me and I will take you to one of the Life Guides.
May they be greatly beneficial for you.
Yung Chia Hsuan Chueh
China. Zen Poet. (665-713 AD).
"Let others slander me;
I bear their condemnation.
Those who try to burn the sky only exhaust themselves.
When I hear it, it's just like drinking sweet dew.
Thus smelted and refined, suddenly one enters the inconceivable."
"Who is without thought?
Who is without birth?
If there is really no production, there is nothing not produced.
Summon a wooden statue and inquire of it.
Apply yourself to seeking Buddha-hood; sooner or later you will accomplish it."