In Japanese, Dengyo Daishi. This is how theTendai founder Saicho (d. 822AD) has been known following his exemplary life. Urging those who could to renounce the world for the welfare of the many, encouraging all to pattern their lives on the Dharma, he had a succinct way of expressing this in writing. Today his sayings remain just as timely and eloquent. Here is one.
FOR ONE FOLLOWING THE DHARMA
THERE WILL BE FOOD AND CLOTHES,
BUT IN THE MIDST OF FOOD AND CLOTHES
THERE IS NO DHARMA
Some say this is difficult to believe, or is just a lofty ideal, but in my 40 years of renunciation, I've found it absolutely reliable.