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Hsin-Hsin Ming (1985)

by Seng-t'san

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Het is niet moeilijk het juiste pad te gaan als je ophoudt keuzes te maken.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 189399614X, Paperback)

“The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences.”—Seng-t’san

The Hsin Hsin Ming, Verses on the Faith-Mind by Seng-t’san, the third Chinese patriarch of Zen, is considered to be the first Chinese Zen document. Lucidly translated here by Richard B. Clark, it remains one of the most widely-admired and elegant of Zen writings, and is as relevant today as it was when it was written. In a world where stress seems unavoidable, Seng-t’san's words show us how to be fully aware of each moment.

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