Zengetsu, a Chinese ZEN Master of the T’ang dynasty, wrote the following advice for his pupils:
Living in the world yet not forming attachments to the dust of the world is the way of a True Zen Student.
When witnessing the Good Action of another encourage , yourself to follow his example.
Hearing of the mistaken action of another, advise yourself not to emulate it.
Even though alone in a dark room, be as if you were facing a noble guest.
Express your feelings, but become no more Expressive than your True Nature.
Enlightenment 360º is ….. Blissful Happiness and True Nature of our Eternal Soul.
(c) ram H singhal