Times With a few strokes of the brush, Japanese writers can sometimes articulate great truths more succinctly than our greatest literary masterpieces. by Jerrilyn Zavada
'I think that's why I've always felt an affinity in my heart
for Eastern philosophy. It is profound, yet simple. Reading the Chinese
Tao Te Ching and soaking in its wisdom, it is easy to walk away and say,
Anyway, back to kokoro, shin.
'For those who follow the tenets of any
given faith, their Scriptures might speak to them in a way another's
Scriptures might speak to someone else.'