A Blog from a Zen Buddhist with a technical background
Hui Neng is wrong, of course. As a matter of cosmology, there was never nothing. [Me, adding the idea of never, further complicates matters. "Never" suggests an element of time; and I have no idea whether time has a role here or endpoints.]In any case, we land on earth after ejecting from the womb and find ourselves stuck (by gravity) to earth. There are lights that dance to intrigue our eyes. And our fingers are around for us to play with. And our toes! Far-off toys.
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