Alan Keightley

To have Zen is to be in a state of pure sensation. It is to be freed from the grip of concepts, to see through them. This is not the same as rejecting conceptual thinking. Thoughts and words are in the world and are as natural as flowers. It is a mistake therefore to think that Zen is anti-intellectual. /state/ Alan Keightley quotes

Quotes of the month

Anatoly Yurkin Lived for a time in addition to the errors and repetitions we can't make something finite and complete. No time. [06/03/2019 06:06:21] More


Eugene Ryabyi Character is both a demon and an angel inside a person. [06/19/2019 04:06:39] More


Eugene Ryabyi Creative crisis is the state of verbal diarrhea. [06/15/2019 10:06:40] More


Anzhelika Miropolceva Life is too short to spend it for illusion of happiness. [06/20/2019 02:06:51] More


Eugene Ryabyi Love is the meeting of two wounded in the head with arrows of Amur. [06/17/2019 06:06:12] More