Departing from Grasping

Yutang Lin

Not to develop grasping after others' attachments
Not to allow one's grasping the cause of others' annoyance
Not grasping to one view as the right one, constantly accommodating
Without grasping to even a trace, entered the flow of all things


Today suddenly the sentence, "Not to allow one's grasping the cause of others' annoyance," came to mind. Together with the remaining three sentences that I had obtained in the past, they seem to describe respectively the outer, inner, secret and most secret level of departing from grasping.

Written in Chinese and translated on April 9, 2008
El Cerrito, California

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