After three days in an office, I went back to work today.
Spent the morning feeding animals, shovelling what happens after you feed animals, and digging one of many new veggie beds, on slightly sloping ground that must have been a river bank at some point in the last several million years.
This last task raises an Interesting Question I Would Like to Put to the Interwebnet (or IQWLPI).
How do Buddhists eat?
I don't mean do they use cutlery or fingers? But with so many worms mutilated in the course of planting, how do they deal with their intention (as I understand it) not to kill? Is there an acceptable Worm Footprint for a bowl of soup? Is there a moment's thought before each mouthful? Or do they stick to rice?
It's not important. I'm not even expecting an answer.