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If there were any object, any doctrine, that could be given to you to hold on to or understand, it would reduce you to bewilderment and externalism. It’s just a spiritual openness, with nothing that can be grasped; it is pure everywhere, its light clearly penetrating, outwardly and inwardly luminous through and through.
From Teachings of Zen, edited by Thomas Cleary, © 1998. By arrangement with Shambhala Publications, Inc., Boston,

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