Daily Dharma

Zen practice involves finding and dwelling in emptiness. It’s like a person who goes into a dark room from a lighted hallway. When you look around at first, it’s absolutely black, but if you stay in that room, you begin to be able to operate. You begin to be able to see.
– Kurt Spellmeyer, “Seeing in the Dark”
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