.Case 8 : Keichu's Wheel
Getsuan said to his students, "Keichu, the first wheel-maker in China, made two wheels having fifty spokes each. Suppose you took a wheel and removed the nave uniting the spokes. What would become of the wheel? If Keichu had done so, could he be called the master wheel-maker?"
This kōan alludes to the Tao Te Ching, one of the main texts of Taoism:
We put thirty spokes together and call it a wheel;
But it is on the spaces of the nave where there is nothing that the usefulness of the wheel depends.
Wikipedia : The Gateless Gate
Below, staff of bLOGOS/HA HA practise this with concentration, koan introspection and mere radiant interdependence.
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