Aphorisms for Thirsty Fish: The Lost Writings of Wu Hsin

“Expectation is the grandfather of disappointment. The world can never own a man who wants nothing.” One hundred years after Confucius, came Wu Hsin. His name literally means ‘no-mind.’ And there is almost no trace of this person available, except The Lost Writings of Wu Hsin, which is probably how he would have liked it. … Continue reading Aphorisms for Thirsty Fish: The Lost Writings of Wu Hsin