Friday is back. And so am I.
Strangely, this time it felt like the earth took longer to rotate. The Friday took longer than usual to knock the doors!
I love Fridays. Not just because it's the start of the weekend or end of the work week but also because I get to spend my dedicated focus time on what I love - writing.
I have something interesting this time around.
I am going to leave you with a riddle (not really!). But something that is paradoxical. I invite you to share your understanding and interpretations of it.
I will share a Zen Koan. A 'Koan' is a paradoxical anecdote or statement especially in the buddhist practice, made to encourage deep thinking or doubt. I feel it is a form of exploration.
So here is the first Koan:
"In the beginning, mountains are mountains and rivers are rivers; later on, mountains are not mountains and rivers are not rivers;
and still later, mountains are mountains and rivers are rivers.”
Tell me what you think of this?
Write back to me.