A ZEN Koan to be solved must remain unsolved
January 12, 2018 12:00am CST
The longness of the night belied the shortness of the day, as the Zen master, Rohos Rohoror, used to say to some of his students. What did he mean here then? The longness of our night occurs before enlightenment. After enlightenment, the day seems short only in that the night is no longer long, so yes, the night belies the day, until you see through both to the underlying truth of your existence. Photo Credit: Free stock photo from The old Zen master, Rohos Rohoror in repose.
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