Fixing Things

Once when a student straightened a hanging picture in the temple, Suzuki Roshi went and made it crooked again - why did he do that, and what does this story show about our "fixing" mind versus Suzuki Roshi's path of "seeings things-as-it-is, accepting things-as-it-is, and nourishing things as they grow"?
08/22/2021, Jiryu Rutschman-Byler, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.
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