Post Office: A Second Look

Shunryu Suzuki, in his book, Not Always So says, “Although we have no actual communications from the world of emptiness, we have some hints or suggestions about what is going on in that world — and that is, you might say, enlightenment. When you see plum blossoms, or hear the sound of a small stone hitting bamboo, that is a letter from the world of emptiness.”

 I’m thinking that if we consciously look for and notice  every moment that way, we have all the communications we need that are vitally important.

Further it doesn’t require stamps,  talking, e-mail, texting or Twitter!

What a cheaper, quieter place this world would be

Cover of "Not Always So: Practicing the T...

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