Friday, February 12, 2016

Today's Tao / Be still 37-5


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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Today's Tao / No desire 37-4


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To understand Taoism and Zen Buddhism, one should think without the concept of self. To think without the concept of self, one should speak a language without the necessity to use the subject in the sentence. In Japanese, one doesn't need to use a subject. To learn Japanese, please visit ZenShinTao. We use sentences from Zen Master Dogen's «Shobogenzo» to learn a character or phrase a day.


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Today's Tao / Uncarved block with no name 37-3


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To understand Taoism and Zen Buddhism, one should think without the concept of self. To think without the concept of self, one should speak a language without the necessity to use the subject in the sentence. In Japanese, one doesn't need to use a subject. To learn Japanese, please visit ZenShinTao. We use sentences from Zen Master Dogen's «Shobogenzo» to learn a character or phrase a day.


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Monday, February 8, 2016

Today's Tao / Lords and Kings = You 37-2


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To understand Taoism and Zen Buddhism, one should think without the concept of self. To think without the concept of self, one should speak a language without the necessity to use the subject in the sentence. In Japanese, one doesn't need to use a subject. To learn Japanese, please visit ZenShinTao. We use sentences from Zen Master Dogen's «Shobogenzo» to learn a character or phrase a day.


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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Today's Tao / Tao does nothing 37-1


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To understand Taoism and Zen Buddhism, one should think without the concept of self. To think without the concept of self, one should speak a language without the necessity to use the subject in the sentence. In Japanese, one doesn't need to use a subject. To learn Japanese, please visit ZenShinTao. We use sentences from Zen Master Dogen's «Shobogenzo» to learn a character or phrase a day.


Naoto Matsumoto