Void Fang hu

The void does not possess or otherwise.

The void is not the raison d’être for one and all, nor is it the world’s abode.

The void is a daily relation and condition.

It accommodates the transformation of all entities, without encouragement or restriction.

The void is neither one nor two.

It does not originate from subjectivity and it does not move toward objectivity.

A piece of fabric can either become clothing or art—because of the void.

We are not within the scope of knowledge in that instant when we become aware of the void. More importantly, we have become the medium through which the void is shown (the instant of awareness of the void has transformed all surrounding entities).

The void does not hide.

The void does not care if it is being implied, can be implied, or endeavors to be implied.

Perceptions do not indicate existence; the void does not construct itself (Sengzhao, the Vimalakīrti Nirdeśa Sūtra, fifth scroll).

The void will still be here in the end.

The void has no beginning and no end.