Daily Zen Meditation, from the Sutra of Forty-Two Chapters: "Those who have strong passions are never able to perceive the Way; for it is like stirring up clear water with hands. People may come there wishing to find a reflection of their faces, which, however, they will never see. A mind troubled and vexed with the passions is never able to see the Way.
Today's Daily Zen Meditation is from the Sutra of Forty Two Chapters:
Those who are pure in heart and single in purpose are able to understand the most supreme Way. It is like polishing s mirror, which becomes bright when the dust is removed. Remove your passions, and have no hankering, and all will be revealed to you.