Zen proverb 47 : Deibutsu Mizu wo Watarazu

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Hello. I am Katsuya Yasuda from Pearl Co., Ltd.

I’ll introduce a new Zen proverb. It is “Deibutsu Mizu wo Watarazu.”

“Deibutsu” means the statue of Buddha. It is made of cray.

If it gets wet, it will break. It is cray. It is not Budda.

Don’t worry about what has shape.

Something which has a form will eventually break.

It’s worth your naked self.

What is in my heart is worth it.