As regards the Quietude of the Sage | Zhuangzi

Narrated by: Jack Kornfield

“As regards the quietude of the sage, he is not quiet because quietness is said to be good. He is quiet because the multitude of things cannot disturb his quietude. When water is still, one’s beard and eyelashes are reflected in it. A skilled carpenter uses it in a level to obtain a measurement. If still water is so clear, how much more are the mental faculties! The mind of the sage is the mirror of heaven and earth in which all things are reflected.”


The Four Noble Truths by Jack Kornfield

Playlists Shorts: Inspirational stories & quotes & poems