Saturday, June 6, 2020

Don't Know


1 comment:

martha said...

I felt disappointed when the wabi sabi seeker expressed such an unimaginative, limited use of his native language, English. I thought, "O, dear! How will he be able to have an in depth conversation about the philosophical and aesthetic qualities of wabi sabi, the Japanese?" I really appreciated the tolerant patience of the monks, and yes, it can be a relief to say, "I don't know."

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