"An adequate life . . . might be described as a life which has grasped intuitively the nature of all things, and has seen and refocused itself to this whole. An inadequate life is one that lacks this adjustment to the whole nature of things—hence its twisted perspective, its partiality, its confusion."
Douglas V. Steere, describing the life of Thomas R. Kelly, in A Testament of Devotion.
Saturday, July 12, 2008
I heard Zen defined recently as being absorbed in an activity that takes all your focus. If that definition is accurate, then here is a picture of me being completely Zen.