Zen

by strangesentience

Zen, it could be said, but eschews language, and thus this, as a falsity. This follows from the truth that all ostensible truth is temporary. The vacuity of language may be even linguistically illustrated by the aphorism “Now is then,” which draws attention to the evanescence of experiential understanding. Zen’s only “belief” is non-belief: “Don’t know.”

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