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Posted about 5 years ago
On Sundays I like reading the paper and relaxing, and finding ways to shake up my thinking.
Here is a koan I came across somewhere:
A philosopher said to a master, "Our judgements can err. I try to doubt things and disbelieve what cannot be proven, so that I will not hold false beliefs."
The master closed his eyes.
"What are you doing?", the philosopher asked.
"When I walk, I sometimes bump into things," the master explained. "I am closing my eyes so that the room will be empty."