Yutang Lin

Dharma activities variegated and expanded beyond counting.
Experiences extensive and comprehensive yield impartiality.
Stiff hindrance is usually born of petty narrow-mindedness.
Heavenly horses run freely in the sky to any and all corners.


Taking offense and partiality are born of narrow views and shallow experiences. If one could devote oneself to Dharma services, and thereby practice through living the teachings in daily-life activities, then after months and years of constant endeavors one would gradually find no time to take offense and no way to be partial as a natural result of ever expansive experiences and activities.

Written in Chinese and translated on February 15, 2005
El Cerrito, California

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