by Michael Lamberti on 2019/03/02

I will attempt to recount what Master Chen shared about learning the morning of 3/2/19 at the Toronto workshop.

Children younger than 3 cannot help but learn and take everything in. Even if they’re not listening, they absorb what they see and hear. When we’re older we lose this capacity and it’s impossible to learn.

To be scientific is to see difference when everything looks the same. It’s also to see that everything is the same when it looks different. This is done through observation over time.

Just listen to what Master Chen says and look at what he tells us to look at. There are a million “but, but, but” exceptions we can bring up. But these are deviations and distractions from what he’s trying to show us.


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