Our readings begins with some words, perhaps shocking ...
... The lute strings, to make beautiful music, must not be strung too tight ... not too loose ...One time the twentieth patriarch said, "I do not seek the Way, yet I am not confused. I do not venerate the Buddhas, yet I am not conceited. I do not meditate for long periods of time, yet I am not lazy I do not restrict myself to just one meal a day, yet I am not attached to food. I do not know what is enough, yet I am not covetous. When the mind seeks nothing, this is called the Way." When the master heard this, he aroused the undefiled wisdom.
Cook from 121
Hixon (does he have Keizan's message right this week? hmmm ... ) from 111