Unification of High and Low

Yutang Lin

Little impatience could fall one into vines and tendrils;
Let others do what they want, so one becomes foe-free.
Abased oneself to the least and yet then one transcends;
An open and clear mind in immediacy of Dharmadhatu.


Having the slightest distinction of high and low in mind would yield antagonism. Boundless humbleness and yielding would, to the contrary, bring about transcendence. Harmonized in oneness, the lowest is the highest. Be thoroughly selfless to accomplish unification with Dharmadhatu.

Written in Chinese on October 19, 2002
Translated on October 26, 2002
El Cerrito, California

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