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Other research product . Other ORP type . 1945

The Whole World is a Single Flower

Man Gong Weol-Myeon Sunim, Zen Master, 1871-1946;
Open Access
Chinese
Published: 01 Jan 1945
Publisher: Universitat de les Illes Balears
Abstract
Two thousand five hundred years ago on Vulture Peak in India, the Buddha picked up a lotus flower and demonstrated universal truth. At the end of World War II, Zen Master Man Gong took a petal from the leaf of the Korean national flower, dipped it in ink, and wrote a rough calligraphy that read: “The Whole World Is a Single Flower.” Facsimile of the original calligraphy, by courtesy of Eduardo del Valle Pérez
Subjects

Zen Buddhism

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