“So, the Taoist trick is simply, ‘Live now and there will be no problems.’ That is the meaning of the Zen saying, ‘When you are hungry, eat. When you are tired, sleep. When you walk, walk. When you sit, sit.’ Rinzai, the great Tung dynasty master, said, ‘In the practice of Buddhism, there is no place for using effort. Sleep when you’re tired, move your bowels, eat when you’re hungry—that’s all.”

– Alan Watts