〜Two interpretations  冬の野火〜

It roughly means apparently, “In winter, withered grass seem burned up by wildfires, the roots actually survive and burgeon when spring winds begin blowing.”  

There seems to be two interpretations to this Zen phrase: one is “spring season symbolizes regeneration of hope” and the other; “even if you think you got rid of earthly desires through acetic trainings, worldly desires remain at the base and they can’t easily be pruned away.”


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