Monday, June 24, 2013

Via Buddhism on Beliefnet:

Daily Buddhist Wisdom

Ordinary life and Buddhahood have no distinction. Great knowledge is not different from ignorance. Why should one seek outwardly for a treasure, when the field of the body has its own bright jewel?
- Pao-chih, "The Nonduality of Buddhahood and Ordinary Life"

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