My Zen Master said 232:

“The kitchen, Everyone, is a sacred room.”

“Indeed, My Zen Master! And how would you recommend going about making it sacred and keeping it sacred?”

“Ah, Everyone! Each and every-one of us needs to ponder that one, Everyone, because sacredness is a particularly individual concept. Though having said that, keeping one’s kitchen sacred is easier for me to advise on: as we wash up, or cook, many of the things which you might be labelled ‘chores’ – such as cleaning floors! – let’s be mindful and moving slowly will help us be mindful.”

“Solid, My Zen Master! Solid!”

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