Friday, December 5, 2008

Philosophical Musings – Part XXI

The Roots of Wisdom

A wise man should not let gain or loss, nor honor or disgrace, blemish his original nature. Though one’s fortune may change, if one is cautious and circumspect, he needs not worry about the vagaries of life. An unperturbed hard is a sign of true wisdom, as elaborated here by Hong Yingming:

An Unperturbed Heart



Do not be surprised by either
Praise or Blame
Look peacefully in the Garden
As flowers bloom and flowers fall




Give no regards to either
Leaving or Staying
Ramblingly follow the sky
As clouds mass together and clouds disperse

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