I have no idea who this man is or why he is doing what he is. But this strikes me as an absolutely wonderful picture. The bull appears unharmed and is following its nature by charging at the moving object in front of it. The man is deftly and effortlessly avoiding the bull’s horns by changing his nature, by transforming himself into a bird, as it were. To me, this is what anatta is all about. Despite my best efforts, I feel myself to be a rigid, fixed entity. When I truly see that this is an illusion, that there is no self, I can ‘become’ anything I want. Because I am nothing, I am an emptiness of limitless potential. This is why the Buddha and the arahats are free from sorrow, because they are able to adjust to, fit in with or fly over the charging bull of samsara.