Putting the Dharma Body to Work

Clear Lake CloudsHuineng was an illiterate woodcutter in 7th century China (C.E.), who heard a lecturer in the town square say “Let the mind be present, without abode” (a line from the Diamond Sutra), and went on to become a patriarch of Zen. Here’s part of a speech attributed to Huineng:

The Vimalakirti Sutra says, ...  read more