Henry takes us into Keichu’s Cart, case eight from the Gateless Gate. Keichu was a legendary cart maker. What happens if the wheels and both axels are removed from the cart, what would become clear about the cart? What might it be to remove a wheel, if the cart is you – as you ordinarily function? Consider what the two wheels might be: dualistic pairs that we take for granted, high and low, life and death, before and after, parent and child, etc. How can a cart be a cart without wheels, or an axel? Henry explores the two ruts of practice.