Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Quotable | Considerations

open quoteIn an archery contest, when the stakes are earthenware tiles a contestant shoots with skill. When the stakes are belt buckles he becomes hesitant, and if the stakes are pure gold he becomes nervous and confused. There is no difference as to his skill but, because here is something he prizes, he allows outward considerations to weigh on his mind. All those who consider external things important are stupid within. -- Chuang-Tzu

1 comment:

Doctor Fong said...

ahhhhhh very wise... become the target, shoot at yourself...
Great blog!