[Day 22, Early Morning] Seven Riddles (Lion)

A row of storehouses have been converted into guest quarters just north-facing the training grounds. The Lion Clan Occupy the far left build. At the far end of the common room, a scroll of the finest paper sits across a simple table. Painted in black upon the surface is a single large kanji, "kokoro"(mind, heart, spirit). The remaining scroll is otherwise blank.
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[Day 22, Early Morning] Seven Riddles (Lion)

Postby ???????? » Mon Feb 27, 2017 8:11 am

The monk who passes by is burdened by what appears to be a basket full of stones. Out of the stones, he pulls a letter, places it gently upon the doorstep, and is on his way.

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Re: [Day 22, Early Morning] Seven Riddles (Lion)

Postby Akodo Kibo » Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:47 pm

Kibo recovers this note, then with a cup of tea reads it carefully, searching for a meaning.
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I've seen things. The towers of Shiro sano Ken Hayai on fire just over the horizon. I watched Lion steel glitter in the dark near the Toshi Ranbo gates. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain.

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Re: [Day 22, Early Morning] Seven Riddles (Lion)

Postby ???????? » Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:07 pm

As the master lectured to his students on the Tao, one of the students exclaimed in frustration, "Master, I do not understand a word you have just said!" The master replied, "Would you come a bit closer?" As the student approached, the master patted the ground beside him. "Come, sit here." Confused, the disciple sat beside the master. The master turned the student to face the others and said, "There! Now see how well you understand me."


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