October 01, 2015

R. H. Blyth on Grasping the Inexpressible Meaning

Thought of the Day: “The sun shines, snow falls, mountains rise and valleys sink, night deepens and pales into day, but it is only very seldom that we attend to such things. . . . When we are grasping the inexpressible meaning of these things, this is life, this is living. To do this twenty-four hours a day is the Way of Haiku. It is having life more abundantly.”

— R.H. Blyth

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