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Published on May 30, 2012
Filmmaker: John Wassel
This film is a finalist in the BuddhaFest Short Films Showcase presented by Tricycle. Voting ends on June 8, 2012. Go to Tricycle.com to vote for your favorite. The entry that receives the highest combination of votes and average rating will be named Audience Choice, winning that lucky filmmaker $1,000 in cash and two 4-Day All Festival Passes to BuddhaFest in Washington, D.C., June 14-17, 2012. The two entries that come in second and third win two 4-Day All-Festival passes to BuddhaFest. Vote at Tricycle.com
Go to: www.buddhafest.org for live festival details.
Description This is a stop motion interpretation of the famous Zen discourse from Ch'ing-yuan Wei-hsin. Through the Buddha's teaching and our own effort we can slowly understanding the true nature of the world around us by overcoming our misconceptions. First believing something exists when it does not, then believing it doesn't exists when it does, and finally seeing the true nature of things.