Zen-fatuation:

Zen: form of Buddhism: a major school of Buddhism originating in 12th century China that emphasizes enlightenment through meditation and insight

Infatuation: thoughtless passion: a great, often temporary, and irrational passion for somebody or something

enlightenment…plus irrational passion; intense emotion…love, joy, hate, or anger…

Enlightenment though irrational intense emotion.

Her state of zen fatuation allowed her to be at one with the zen chicken.
by Zen Hippie August 14, 2007

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