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Cooking, like life, is about transformation Cooking, like life, is about transformation
Whatever is given in takahatsu is accepted Whatever is given in takahatsu is accepted
When we live our life fully When we live our life fully
The more time we give, the more time there is. The more time we give, the more time there is.
We become a point that has no dimension We become a point that has no dimension
Life never runs exactly how we want Life never runs exactly how we want
Judgments can create problems Judgments can create problems
Bernard Glassman and Rick Fields in Instructions to the Cook Doubt is a state of openness
Bernard Glassman and Rick Fields in Instructions to the Cook There's one story about a monk
Bernard Glassman and Rick Fields in Instructions to the Cook The pure lotus growing in muddy water