mon chemin わが道をゆく

Published by Hiromi Nishiwaki on

he way,"道", to perfect something is the repetition of making small efforts silently, while nobody sees them, and is almost like to proceed in the darkness, Being blindfolded.






It is not showy nor flashy, it is banal and painful. However, without pain, no gain. It is Pain which makes us grow.

 

 


great buddha in Kamaura

great buddha in Kamaura


 

 




Getting older, we realize that most important things can be find in banal things, so we have to cherish banal things.

 


Matsuo Bashō (松尾 芭蕉) Portrait of Basho by Hokusai, late 18th century

Matsuo Bashō (松尾 芭蕉) Portrait of Basho by Hokusai, late 18th century



We only have "Now present moment". We have only "eternal now".

 


When our mind is quiet and we tune "eternal now", we find silence, and Zero.

 

 



It is like a lotus flower, and Nirvana. It escape from us so easily, however we can get back anytime, if we remember.

 




I believe everyone has his/her own way. May everyone's dream come true, by proceeding his/her own way!

 

 


Hiromi Nishiwaki

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