About the show
Playing tracks by
Chen Yi, Gong Yi, Eight Lamas from Drepung, Mono, Phil RetroSpector and more.
Lost Horizon is a 1933 novel by English writer James Hilton. It is best remembered as the origin of Shangri-La, a fictional utopian lamasery high in the mountains of Tibet.
-Master, our bodies are prey to many needs: hunger, thirst, the need for love.
-In one lifetime a man knows many pleasures: a mother's smile in waking hours, a young woman's intimate, searing touch, and the laughter of grandchildren in the twilight years. To deny these in ourselves is to deny that which makes us one with nature.
-Shall we then seek to satisfy these needs?
-Only acknowledge them and satisfaction will follow. To suppress a truth is to give it force beyond endurance.
-That prevails which refuses to know the power of the other. Where fear is, does not danger also live? And where fear is not, does not danger also die? Where the tiger and the man are two, he may die. Yet where the tiger and the man are one there is no fear. There is no danger. For what creature, one with all nature, will attack i