Where beauty is, then there is ugliness;
where right is, also there is wrong.
Knowledge and ignorance are interdependent;
delusion and enlightenment condition each other.
Since olden times it has been so.
How could it be otherwise now?
Wanting to get rid of one and grab the other
is merely realizing a scene of stupidity.
Even if you speak of the wonder in it all,
how do you deal with each thing changing?

Ryokan Taigu, Essential Zen by Kazuaki Tanahanshi, editor, Tensho David Schneider, editor