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True, but that sombre

True, but that sombre detached pall of monasticism and physical inertion, which I used to be into during my nihilist stage, is beyond me now. Maybe it was a prerequisite to the epiphàny which followed, but I went zen, not capitalized mirror-wiping morally guarded Zen, but the variety DT Suzuki mastered, the unguarded moment, the doctrine-less everyday holistically integrated to every facet of daily life zen. Becoming One with the Now. Trouble is, its inexplicable, it can only be attained.
This probably sounds like gobbledygook to a learned scholarly bookworm such as yourself, I myself am built upon book knowledge, it was formative at the time, I remembered the gems and discarded the dross, and now I am my own walking encyclepedia.

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