Daily Dharma

Form and emptiness, as Zen tradition says, are like the matching halves of a broken coin joined together at last. Because we aren’t buddhas most of the time, we’ll keep breaking that coin in two, but our work is constantly to embrace the other as the self. 

– Kurt Spellmeyer, “Awakened by Beauty”
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