Fushō (Jap., ‘unborn’). Zen Buddhist term for the true nature of reality, in which there is no beginning or end, birth or becoming, passing away or death. There is only what there ‘is’, which is manifestation, arising from, and bearing the nature of, śūnyatā. It is usually translated as ‘Unborn’.
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