Being Where You Are

From Chapter 12 ("Confidence in Your Original Nature") of No Beginning, No End: The Intimate Heart of Zen by Jakusho Kwong:

... When you focus on practice and be where you are, something changes in your life. This is not just Buddhadharma. It is universal! It's not Buddhist, not Dharma, not Zen. These are just the names. Only when you let go of name and form and even the present can you truly be where you are. This is not just a one-time realization; it's something we have to cultivate over and over again. ...

^z - 2017-04-12