the story goes that a man was walkin down a walkin path and came across another man sittin under a tree. The walkin man said to the sittin man, (in his Chinese accent) “what are you doing?” to which the sittin man made no reply. The walkin man repeated his question a few times but it was no use, the sittin man did nothing, as was his practice in these parts of the world. So, having a place to go and a schedule to keep, the walkin man went on his way, but he thought of the unrememberable encounter for many years. One day, after a lifetime of walkin many places with many people in search of many things, his back gave out, and he could walk no more. His family and friends abandoned him and he became a beggar living on what bread strangers would allow him. He never met the sittin man, but often wondered what he would have said to him if they had met again.
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