Masaoka Shiki

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Masaoka Shiki (September 17, 1867September 19, 1902) was a Japanese poet, literary critic, and journalist of the Meiji period.

Quotes[edit]

  • Jusqu'à maintenant, j'avais mal compris le Satori, ou l'objectif final du bouddhisme zen.
    Je pensais que le satori est de mourir sans peur à tout moment. Mais il est fausse supposition.
    Le satori est de vivre sereinement en tout temps.
    • Until now, I had misunderstood the Satori, enlightenment of Zen Buddhism.
      I had thought that satori is to die without fear anytime. But it is a wrong guess.
      The satori is to live unconcernedly anytime. one of his poems consisted of the use of marijuana and the positive benefits of its
    • Byōshō-rokushaku

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