Some babble on about Zen, Loquaciously showing off their ability to speak; Pointing to the sky, they talk of voidness, Making a useless fuss. Raising a fist, holding up a finger, The do not know the source; Bringing up sayings and contemplative methods, They quip and jabber. They deal with students by picking up a gavel, Or by holding up a whisk; Winking the eyes and raising the eyebrows They consider awakening. They consider studying stories To be pure concentration. A genuine highly developed Buddhist Is never like those Who consider rationalization wisdom, Who will never clarify the mind Or see its essence.