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Lions Roar : July 2016
KYLESZEGEDI JUST SO My friends, do you say You could not sleep last night? The heat of this late summer bothered you; You could not find any cooler place. Why did Bodhidharma come to China? This question, I know, also bothered you. Wait until the evening sun colors the mountains With its gentle ray. You get more than coolness at that moment. You meet the blue-eyed monk face to face. NYOGEN SENZAKI Los Angeles, October 7, 1951, Commemoration of Bodhidharma (sometimes called “the blue-eyed monk”) From Namu Dai Bosa: A Transmission of Zen Buddhism to America (Zen Studies Society, 1976)