Day 246 – Habitat 67

September 2, 2012


“You know already that you should not grieve over bad shots; learn now not to rejoice over the good ones. You must free yourself from the buffering of pleasure and pain, and learn to rise above them in easy equanimity, to rejoice as though not you but another had shot well. This, too, you must practice unceasingly – you cannot conceive how important it is.” (Eugen Herringel, Zen in the Art of Archery, 1953)


One comment

  1. Reblogged this on emsh1610's Blog and commented:
    Take a look at the Yad Vashem, Holocaust Museum in Israel, also by Moshe Safdie

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