How would someone interpret this passage in the light of Zen/Ch'an Buddhist thought.?

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Enlightenment is like the moon reflected on the water. The moon does not get wet, nor is the water broken. Although its light is wide and great, the moon is reflected even in a puddle an inch wide. The whole moon and the entire sky are reflected in dewdrops on the grass, or even in one drop of water.

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Grass is awesome.


They would interpret it as being but not being. You are present in all things and all things are present in you.


By leaving it as it is Beautifully put

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the whole point of Zen is to meditate on koans and release the mind from paradigm confines


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