Sunday, 20 May 2012

zen































Hundreds of flowers in spring,
the moon in Autumn,
a cool breeze in summer
and snow in winter,
if there is no vain cloud in your mind
for you it is a good season.
                                                     From Zen comments on the Mumonkan
                                                                                by Zenkei Shibayama
                                                                        

5 comments:

Karen said...

This is beautiful.

Cat said...

dear Judith, thank you for your great comment on my blog. I've just finished my project named "harvest", a short book with illustrations and texts. my last post is the last illustration with Camus 's words. I wish we always find the good wind to blow "vain cloud" off our mind!

Geoffrey said...

if there is no vain cloud in your mind ... wow now there's a deep thought to start the day off with ... my day seems very cloudy ;-)

Judith said...

Thank you Karen. x

Dear Cat, I have really
enjoyed the posts you
have done on "Harvest". Congratulations!
Would love to see the completed project. :) x
(and what better music to work with than Neil Young and Stevie Ray Vaughan!)

Hope the clouds cleared for you today Geoffrey! x

Geoffrey said...

What clouds? ;-)