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  •  What about it? (2+ / 0-)
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    maybeeso in michigan, Toon

    In Kyoto there is an ancient Zen temple:

    To many, the temple's name is synonymous with the temple's famous karesansui (dry landscape) rock garden, thought to have been built in the late 1400s. The garden consists of raked gravel and fifteen moss-covered boulders, which are placed so that, when looking at the garden from any angle (other than from above) only fourteen of the boulders are visible at one time. It is traditionally said that only through attaining enlightenment would one be able to view the fifteenth boulder.

    So what rock do you see that I can't see?

    (Sorry to be so long winded, but it seemed more polite than "What's your point"?)

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