Next: No, the clouds and the blue sky are the same. There is no such discretion. The clouds are the clouds, the sky is the sky. Let them as they are. There are ones who attain another kind of discretion and the enlightenment like that, the kind throwing away the discretion between the enlightenment and the wandering, the enlightenment beyond discretion.
This ENLIGHTENMENT is the enlightenment which does not discriminate between the sky and the clouds, in short, which says that there is neither enlightenment nor wandering.
However, do remember this. If Zen supposes the ENLIGHTENMENT that there is neither enlightenment nor wandering, is the final large-enlightenment, there exists "the supra-enlightenment" in the universe. It is not being in ENLIGHTENMENT that there is neither enlightenment nor wandering, but it is the state where both the enlightenment itself, and the wandering itself truly vanish away.
In fact, it is not even a state of being. It is just nothingness, that not even a state could exist.