Trust and the Heart are not Two Separate Things…

This is a line from a lovely poem, recently re-read.
“That Which is Engraved Upon the Heart That Trusts to the Eternal.”
Translated from the Chinese of the Thirtieth Ancestor, Great Master Chien-chih Seng-ts’an
From Buddhist Writings, a book from our practice.*

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This was spotted on our morning walk around the golf course. Someone had placed this image, that of Kwan Yin, on the stump at the side of the trail.

Kwan Yin, also known as Kanzeon, Avalokiteswara, Great Compassion – She Who Hears the Cries of the World.

A reminder of the real.

* Jiyu-Kennett, MacPhillamy and Nearman, translators. Buddhist Writings (Mount Shasta California: Shasta Abbey, 1994) p.213.

2 thoughts on “Trust and the Heart are not Two Separate Things…

  1. lovemydogs61 June 29, 2014 / 9:02 pm

    Wow…so beautiful! This brought tears to my eyes…good tears…and goose bumps! Amazing what a morning walk can do for the soul…What a lovely way to begin your day. Love ya both!

    • warpandwoofknitting June 29, 2014 / 10:02 pm

      Thanks you; it was a very nice little discovery. Hope you are having loads of fun with those kids this weekend…love ya both too

      Sent from my iPad

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