Ryōkan Taigu (1758-1831) was a Japanese Zen monk and poet in the tradition of the “Great Fools” of Zen poetry. He was known for his “crazy” ways which included activities like the occasional drink...
close your eyes and see wicked things never know what tomorrow brings just another face in the crowd Paradise lost. Chaos found. blind your eyes and turn around fall before you hit the ground they're after ...READ MORE
Have you ever sat on a train looking out the window and believed that you were moving, only to realize in a moment of startled awareness that it was not ...READ MORE