What a beautiful little film. This echoes my own experience of a few months ago Where I ‘stopped seeking’ and everything just clicked back into focus. It was a revelation.
All those books that I’d read.
The visits to Buddhist monasteries.
The search for enlightenment.
Arguing my point on internet forums.
It was all a form of escapism. Escaping from ‘what is’.
Trying to grasp the un-graspable.
The Dao cannot be ‘obtained’, only experienced.
Love the film . . and I can relate to it totally. I was that so called ‘spiritual’ seeker . . but suddenly there was no seeker any more, and all there is is this! Wonderful 🙂
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