Mosshōseki (Jap., ‘leaving no trace’). The condition, according to Zen Buddhism, in which one who has experienced enlightenment should live. As a fish leaves no trace in water, nor a bird in the air, so the enlightened one should live naturally with no evidence of his enlightenment.
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Mossad (Mossad Le Biyyun U-Le-Tafkidim Meyuhadim; Institute for Espionage and Special Tasks, in Hebrew)