How can we learn to trust a reality that is utterly uncertain? How do we act ethically when the wide-ranging consequences of our actions are unknowable? Uncertainty doesn’t mean that we can do whatever we want. But inaction is not an option either. All that we need is always here. This truth must be experienced directly, rather than through rules and ideas. Then the path is clear and undisguised.
by Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Sensei
Book of Serenity, Case 93:
Luzu's Not Understanding