Ajahn Chah was a master at using the apt and unusual simile to explain points of Dhamma. He was especially talented at exploiting the open-ended nature of the simile – using a particular image to make one point in one context, and a very different point in another. This book is a companion to In Simple Terms.
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You yourselves must strive, the Buddhas only point the wayBuddha, Dhp 276