Zen Spot #86 — Mindfulness, meditation and a bell that never stops ringing December 8, 2017 23:06
A bell may hang in a steeple, or in a temple, or in a delicatessen and, unless it leans against a stationary object, it never stops vibrating. The sound may be imperceptible but, so long as there is vibration, there are waves bouncing.
Human hands, too, might absorb the ring but, once removed, the human pulse will have been enough to leave behind an inaudible ring.
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What are The Four Noble Truths?
- The truth of suffering
- The truth of the origin of suffering
- The truth of the cessation of suffering
- The truth of the path to the cessation of suffering
What is The Noble Eightfold Path?
- Right view
- Right intention
- Right action
- Right speech
- Right livelihood
- Right effort
- Right mindfulness
- Right concentration
What is a Dharma Wheel?