If you find the Buddha, kill the Buddha

If you find the Buddha kill the Buddha

When you feel you you’ve found enlightenment, or someone, something that feels like ‘the destination’ then kill that thought and keep travelling, keep practising.

In our haiku, haikai, any arts work it’s the same, particularly in renga, linked collaborative works. We are on a journey and the journey itself is home.

Paul Conneally

(Little Onion)

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