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Love Is Stronger Than Ego, Part 4 of 8

2024-05-24
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So, if a few thousand years later or a hundred years later we come back, there will be big churches, and everybody will go in with a cloth to cover themselves and with a (vegan) lollipop in their hand. It’s a rule, you know, a “Ching Hai-ism” rule. […] Can you imagine all the “rules” you’d have to undergo? And even if you remember your past life and you tell them, they wouldn’t believe you. What’s the proof of it? “You say you have seen our Founder, The Supreme Master Ching Hai. Tell me the proof of it.” […]

Alright then. We can turn off the lights. Any of you want any vegan candy or anything? You do? (Yes.) Yeah. Shameless! Excuse me. Excuse me. I told you, my hand is no good. It’s on holiday, 50%. I can only throw a couple. The rest, you take it. Thank you, Choco. There you are, baby. Take whatever you can. You’re done? (Yes.) You’re cool? There? (Here, in front needs some.) There you are. You got it or not? (Yes.) There. Can you move it around and give it to the people? They take as much as they want. Voilà. (There you are.) Go. They have already, no? (Not yet.) Just take a couple. A lollipop is a must for the “Ching Hai-ist”… Thank you, love. … in the future. My God!

Suppose we come back a few hundred years later to have a look at how our children are doing. We’ll probably not be allowed to enter any of their group areas. They will build big churches, and a cloth will be a must, and you’ll have to cover yourself when you sit in that church. And if you don’t have a cloth, they don’t let you in. Just like now, they built a church next door very big, and we have to squeeze in here. The church next door is completely empty. Nobody ever uses it. Maybe they use it once in a while for weddings or something, I don’t know, but it’s empty, very big! If you go out, look to the left. Empty church, very big! (Wow!) It could fit maybe a thousand people – sitting on top of each other, for example like that. But we’re not allowed to go in there to do meditation. No, I don’t think so. Maybe we have to pay for it. But I don’t know if they even rent it. And in the name of (Lord) Jesus, they built that church.

So, if a few thousand years later or a hundred years later we come back, there will be big churches, and everybody will go in with a cloth to cover themselves and with a (vegan) lollipop in their hand. It’s a rule, you know, a “Ching Hai-ism” rule. And to boot, they have to have a few like chocolate-colored brothers. You have to wear a yellow vest, standing at the entrance. That’s it. That’s it. That’s the important rule of “Ching Hai-ism” in the future. Now, if you don’t practice well, you’ll be reborn again, and you might be attracted to “Ching Hai-ism” and go in there. Can you imagine all the “rules” you’d have to undergo? And even if you remember your past life and you tell them, they wouldn’t believe you. What’s the proof of it? “You say you have seen our Founder, The Supreme Master Ching Hai. Tell me the proof of it.”

Like I told you that joke already about the guy, the black guy who prayed to God, because he couldn’t rent a room across the street because they were all white and they didn’t let him in. They didn’t let him rent it because of his color. So he prayed to God and said, “Oh God, please help me; I want to rent a room across the street. But they won’t let me in because they discriminate – because I’m a black guy. So, can You please help me? Do something.” God said, “I can’t. I’m sorry. I also cannot get in there.” You know already the story. And then the black guy said, “But why God? You’re almighty. Why can’t You get in there?” God said, “If I go there, and if they ask me what kind of religion I belong to, I wouldn’t know what to say.” Yeah, sometimes they ask you what religion you have. That is just the funny part of it.

Each person takes a few (vegan candies). There are people at that side and there are more up there, honey. You make them envy, huh? Everybody takes a couple, just to freshen yourself up. Is that enough? Is it enough to go up there? Hallo. There are still some here, if not enough. Here, put this in for the people up there or somewhere else. Bring it back again if not enough. There. Thank you. Oh, here, here, one here. (Oh.) Take a couple. Anybody want some more? Hungry, huh? ‘The “Ching Hai-ists” must have popcorn. We’re done, yeah?

Oh, I feel hot, don’t you? (Yes.) Should we open a little bit? You did already? (Yes.) Open upward so it doesn’t go into your body. And open that window, then. You know how to open upward? Turn the knob up and then open it. (Show him, sister, show him.) No, no. Turn the knob. The knob is down. You turn it all the way up, and then you pull it. That’s it. OK, OK, good. Open the curtain. I think they’re all asleep; nobody’ll look. Open a little bit the window there as well. Open the window that side, please. So, it circulates a little bit, and then we’ll close it. Wow! Is it nicer? (Yes.) Cover yourself then, in case. Because you’re sweating, and now if you have cold wind is no good. Cover yourself. Oh, fresh air! (Yes.) Well, you could have asked some silly questions, and I would have sent you out – breathe fresh air for ten minutes!

I have some more here. (Thank You.) And there. (Thank You, Master.) You’re “velcome (welcome).” OK. Well. Nice socks, huh? They’re good people, they prepared a lot of things for me. Looks like a teddy bear. It’s warm and puffy. Nice, huh? (Yes.) Yeah. Somebody wanted to decorate my room upstairs? You? No? My room? Redecorate, no? It’s good as it is already, OK? I don’t need anything fancy. It’s already a very good room – better than my room, my own room. Because I don’t decorate my own room, I have no time. They made it nice here, huh? (Yes.) Bright and simple. Yeah, it’s OK. Pictures everywhere, you can never forget this lady. Everywhere you look, she’s there. She dominates the whole household.

Photo Caption: Don’t Forget to Gift a Genuine Smile

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