Tathatā 

In Zen stories, Tathatā is often best revealed in the seemingly mundane or meaningless, such as noticing the way the wind blows through a field of grass, or watching someone's face light up as they smile. In that moment, we recognize that reality is wondrously beautiful but also that its patterns are fragile and passing.

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