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The Monk and the Bicycle by fernandovieira
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The Monk and the Bicycle Throw Pillow

The Monk and the Bicycle Throw Pillow

The Monk and the Bicycle Throw Pillow
The Monk and the Bicycle Throw Pillow
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Throw Pillow made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric, a stylish statement that will liven up any room. Individually cut and sewn by hand, the pillow measures 16" x 16", features a double-sided print and is finished with a concealed zipper for ease of care. Includes faux down pillow insert.
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The Monk and the Bicycle - Zen Tale A Zen teacher saw five of his little disciples returning from shopping, riding their bikes. When they arrived at the monastery and dropped their bikes, the teacher asked the students: "Why do you walk with your bikes?" The first pupil said: "The bike carries, for me, the potato sacks. I'm glad not to have to carry them on my back! " The teacher praised the first student: "You are a very smart boy! When you grow up you will not walk curved as I walk. " The second pupil said: "I love seeing the trees and the fields where step!" The master commended the second student: "His eyes are open and you see the side right the world." The third disciple said: "When I pedal my bike I'm happy and full of energy." The master commended the third student: "Your mind will expand with the softness of a wheel centered." The fourth disciple said: "Pedaling my bike i live in harmony with all beings." The teacher was pleased and said to the fourth student: "You follows on the golden path of goodness." The fifth student said: "I ride my bike by pedaling." The teacher sat at the feet of the fifth student and said: "I am your disciple."

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