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Zen kōans: unsolvable enigmas designed to break your brain - Puqun Li - YouTube
How do we explain the unexplainable? This question has inspired numerous myths, religious practices and scientific inquiries.
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yesterday by kogakure
Bear Cam’s Captivating, Unedited Zen

Apart from that, the feed is unedited. And so even watching on a computer screen has the serendipitous feeling of catching a glimpse of wildlife out the window, rather than the on-demand control of queueing up the next episode of guaranteed glamorous sightings. Apart from that, the feed is unedited. And so even watching on a computer screen has the serendipitous feeling of catching a glimpse of wildlife out the window, rather than the on-demand control of queueing up the next episode of guaranteed glamorous sightings.

One day, I opened the cam and saw blond cubs napping and nuzzling in the sun on the riverbank—the delight took on a duller cast as soon as I realized I’d navigated to the “Highlights” feeds, and was not watching live footage.
usa  animal  live  video  summer  fishing  fun  nature  wildlife  zen 
10 days ago by aries1988
Shoshin - Wikipedia
"Shoshin (初心) is a word from Zen Buddhism meaning "beginner's mind." It refers to having an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions when studying a subject, even when studying at an advanced level, just as a beginner would. The term is especially used in the study of Zen Buddhism and Japanese martial arts.[citation needed]

The phrase is also discussed in the book Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind by Shunryu Suzuki, a Zen teacher. Suzuki outlines the framework behind shoshin, noting "in the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, in the expert's mind there are few."[1]"

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10 days ago by robertogreco
The Codeless Code: Case 154 A Bridge To Nowhere
An illustrated collection of (sometimes violent) fables, concerning the Art and Philosophy of software development
engineering  funny  zen  computers  programming 
5 weeks ago by pozorvlak

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