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In particular, we might lose our understanding of forgiveness. Three Character Classic Chinese classics education book series. That objects then becomes the thing that contains all the trees and the stars and belongs with the Buddha statues and other representations of eternity. We can allow objects to act on us so profoundly that afterward we are not the selves we thought we were.

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  • The earth is generous, giving me tomatoes and basil and lemon verbena and marjoram and chardonnay grapes, all now withering in the autumn. And the generosity comes out of a relationship: I planted the tomatoes in spring, gambling on whether or not there would be another frost.

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    The fact that there might be a frost that would ruin all the work is part of the game. The lover takes off her clothes, and stretches alongside you, and you both become lost.

    This is such a fundamental act that perhaps it is the model for all giving. Suffering might be the absence of such a meeting. Suffering is what happens when we are lonely and forget that we participate in the world. People often complain about love, or at least about its consequences, but welcoming the consequences is part of the game of generosity too. The earth gives a Yes without regard to what is given back, and being a human is also a gift, not a purchase. Those gifts that are precious to the giver are especially interesting. He took off the zipper pull, which had a little deer on it, and gave it to me.

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    It was a lovely thing to him, and I still remember it. Inside the teaching of Zen there is an understanding that gifts are like that zipper pull: They drag us into a world in which dogs and deer and even we have buddhanature. Generosity trusts the emptiness that runs through things, even ungenerous or ungainly things—it links to the clarity that underlies all our madness.