Prajñāpāramitā – प्रज्ञापारमिता

Prajnaparamita – प्रज्ञापारमिता – “Prajna is wisdom, and paramita means to cross over, or to reach the other shore. Our life can be seen as a crossing of a river.” — Q1

Is it worth mentioning
Generally best in silence
One on one -- or openly
What's the point to give
When it is visible to all
But none wants to see
Or just what fits so well
Into the frame one set
Often one-sided fixed
Then there are cracks
Accommodate reality
Cannot be restricted
Sides break through
Yet sooner than later
Disputes be settled
At once and for all
Like weeds pulled
With all their roots
Relegate to hedges
And karma dissolves
Detached free core
All earned every step
The way is the present
Just being and non-being
Practice light and sound
Soul and a golden heart
Not one nor two-sided
But free at long last
To mention in silence
So everyone may hear.
PentaPro / PentaNa — calm sound sample — 8-string guitar — April 2021 — 1:16 loop

Prajnaparamita – प्रज्ञापारमिता

“When we hear the sound of the pine trees on a windy day, perhaps the wind is just blowing, and the pine tree is just standing in the wind. That is all they are doing. But the people who listen to the wind in the tree will write a poem, or will feel something unusual. That is, I think, the way everything is.” — Q2

“When you are you, you see things as they are, and you become one with your surroundings. There is your true self.” — Q3

From Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind by Shunryu Suzuki — Q1 p. 69 — Q2 p. 88 — Q3 p. 95

Prajnaparamita – प्रज्ञापारमिता
Gently blending spring tree blossoms — May 2021 — Chanhassen, Minnesota