Like A Dragon in Water →
Practice is not something we do; it is something we are. We are not separate from our practice, and so no matter what, our practice is present. An ocean swimmer is loose and flows with the current and moves through the tide. When tossed upside down in the surf, unable to discern which way is up and which way is down, the natural swimmer just lets go, breathing out, and follows the bubbles to the...
such a difference one word can make: klindbeck: Almost trampled in the dusty gutter a songbird’s wing