In this short talk from our Sunday Service, Kaspa explains what The Great Way avoids picking and choosing means.
“I am talking about the first few lines of the Zen poem, Faith in Mind. They go something like this:
至道無難 The best way is not difficult
唯嫌揀擇 it only excludes picking and choosing
但莫憎愛 Once you stop loving and hating
洞然明白 it will enlighten itself.
I hope to make a translation myself soon, that translation is from sacred-texts.com”