Joseph McGonagle, Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station, 11 September, 2009

“Why do you traipse around with your luggage through a thousand towns, over ten thousand miles? What are you missing?”

Yunmen (d. 949), Zen master of the classical era, cited in Classics of Buddhism and Zen, vol. 1, edited and translated by Thomas Cleary (Boston: Shambala, 1997), p. 576.

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2 responses to “Joseph McGonagle, Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station, 11 September, 2009

  1. Pingback: Holy Name Church, Oxford Road, Manchester, 23 April, 1973 « Left Luggage

  2. hi joe it’s me billel from algeria

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