The master simply does what he should do, not straining himself in an effort to teach.
Therefore, the fact that some student's inner eye will open as a result of the master's words and actions and others will not, cannot be helped.
The master is like the rain falling from the sky without discrimination on the grass covered plain.
Understanding or not is up to the students on the receiving side.

(Morito Suganuma)  

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