Hong Zicheng (Hung Tzu-Ch'eng), 1572 – 16203046
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- A drop of water has the tastes of the water of the seven seas: there is no need to experience all the ways of worldly life. The reflections of the moon on one thousand rivers are from the same moon: the mind must be full of light. permalink
- A drop of water has the tastes of the water of the seven seas: there is no need to experience all the ways of worldly life. permalink
- The reflections of the moon on one thousand rivers are from the same moon: the mind must be full of light. permalink
- The spirit of man communes with Heaven; the omnipotence of Heaven resides in man. Is the distance between Heaven and man very great? permalink
- Warm weather fosters growth: cold weather destroys it. Thus a man with an unsympathetic temperament has a scant joy; but a man with a warm and friendly heart overflowing blessings, and his beneficence will extend to posterity. permalink
- When the mind is possessed of reality, it feels tranquil and joyous even without music or song, and it produces a pure fragrance even without incense or tea. permalink
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