Monday, October 06, 2008

Daily Zen

Taken from:
Daily Zen: Friday September 26, 2008

Where he lives is indeed most
Elegantly secluded,
And the people who live there
Have all attained tranquility.
Dense groves of bamboo line
Both sides of the road,
The clear brook flows by the hut.
How free and relaxed is the monk,
Having abandoned all the worry
And anxiety of the world,
The four meditations unite him
With Suchness so that he regards
Everything as illusory.
- Meng Hao-jan (689-765)

6 comments:

Carol said...

Loved your drawings. I am sorry about your dad. Your tribute to him is a wonderful thing (through your art, words and spending his last days taking care of him.) Thank you for sharing.:)

Margaret Ann said...

Stunning! Chill bumps all over!

Brenda said...

Wonderful artwork Clare!

Linda said...

Hi Clare,

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your lovely comment.

I enjoyed looking at your moleskin journal drawings. The are lovely. I'm so sorry about your dad. It sounds like you were very close.

Anetka said...

amazing!!
I really like to come back to your blog - so much inspiration!!

clare said...

Thankyou all for your visits and kind comments. It is great to have someone acknowledge what I do. Blessings!!!