Poems by Yun-k'an Tzu, along with the Sombrero Galaxy (in its purple robes).
Liu I-Ming on oil lamps and such.
From a certain point of view, we could say that the physical body has never, in reality, been born. From another point of view, we can say that the physical body is, moment by moment, flashing into and out of existence. So what about the desire to fix this "flashing" permanently in the "off" position?
A tribute to Robin Williams, from Laozi, Zhuangzi, Huineng & Shenxiu.
What do the Emperor's New Clothes have to do with light bulbs and Taoist meditation?
Laozi, Einstein, Archimedes: puzzling about whether or not the Absolute perceives change.
Some reflections on the role of spiritual teachers.
A honey-bee offers a Dharma talk.
Chinese poet Tao Qian lived in the late 4th and early 5th centuries, and was known for his love of chrysanthemums. Here he plays with peach blossoms.