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Love Is Stronger Than Ego, Part 1 of 8

2024-05-21
Lecture Language:English
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Remember Sunny, the one I adopted, the blue and gold macaw-person? I trained him a little bit when I had a little time. […] Like, if I ask him, “Are you happy, Sunny?” “Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.” He really laughs like that: “Ha-ha-ha-ha.” But they all do, they all do. It’s just Sunny, he’s more really sunny than the rest. They say “Ha-ha,” like that, but Sunny’s is really long, “Ha-ha-ha-ha.” And when you talk to him in Chinese, he answers also. I told you already. Because I thought he didn’t speak Chinese, but he does. So when you say, “Hallo,” he says, “Hi…” […]

Can you go around and give it to them? Here, see if anyone needs some (vegan) cough drops, before you go off again. Just go around and they pick it, anyone. Go around. Anybody need some tissue? You want some more tissue? (No.) Oh yeah. Anybody feel very bad? (No.) I mean very, very ill, like sick, uncomfy? (No.) Because there is some room in the attic, or some empty space in the Keller (basement). You can go and lay down if you feel tired. Don’t have to be a hero and die here. But you guys are wonderful, you know that? You can turn on a little camera, one of them or two of them or all of them. I don’t care. OK. Let’s wake up and talk a little bit. I feel you are itchy, itchy. You can talk to me if you want. (Yes.) Are you alright? You want to meditate more or you want to talk? (Talk to You.) Meditate? (No.) (See You, see You.) No. Alright. I’m sorry to wake you up, because I feel that somebody is coughing a lot or sneezing a lot. Oh my God, give one to that girl. (OK.) Do you have a cup for her? Give her a cup of that, to share some of my tea.

Oh, my God, you are really my heroes. But you know what? Most heroes, they die at the end! That’s why they became heroes. Well, do you want to live forever in this miserable world? (No.) I tell you what, I’ll die one day, physically. Alright then, anybody want to talk? Yeah, give her some, give her a little bit. Any of you need some hot water, hot tea, anything, raise hand. Raise hand: hot tea, hot water, how many? Raise hand. I don’t see... How many? (Just one.) Hot tea? One, (Four.) two, three, four, five, six... Oh, make it 10, 10 or 12. Ten or 12. Make a big pot, OK? (Yes.) And then maybe tell them to go and get it. Thank you. Right now, you can share. What is that there? (Lemon juice.) Oh, lemon juice. I have this and that. How do I drink all that? Maybe you can share it with the people behind there or give some cups. Get some cups and give them a little bit each. (Yes.) This is a “cold tea” – tea for the cold. Are you guys OK, really? Because if not, you can go home. Why are you laughing? What are you laughing at? Am I funny to you?

One of my bird(-people), he’s a parrot, when I ask him... Remember Sunny, the one I adopted, the blue and gold macaw-person? I trained him a little bit when I had a little time. Now he forgot many things that I trained him, because a long time I’ve been running around, don’t have much time for him. But now he still remembers some. Like, if I ask him, “Are you happy, Sunny?” “Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.” He really laughs like that: “Ha-ha-ha-ha.” But they all do, they all do. It’s just Sunny, he’s more really sunny than the rest. They say “Ha-ha,” like that, but Sunny’s is really long, “Ha-ha-ha-ha.” And when you talk to him in Chinese, he answers also. I told you already. Because I thought he didn’t speak Chinese, but he does. So when you say, “Hallo,” he says, “Hi…” He really says it like that. He doesn’t say, “Hi.” He says, “Hi…” You know, “Hi…”

He’s so cute. And I have a little window between my room and their room, so I can open it and say goodnight and sing a song before they sleep. So, some days I’m not home, so some of them go to that window, looking through that window, the closed window. I only open it when I want to say hallo or sing a goodnight song. Many days I’m not home, for example when I’m on retreat or something or I go away, so some of them go next to that window, look at that window… I’m told because the caretaker tells me they look at the window, “Hallo!” “Hallo there!” “How are you?” And nothing, nobody answers. “Hallo.” They are very cute. Before he used to say, “I like apple.” But he loves mango and banana. Other bird-people don’t like banana so much. He loves banana.

He was adopted, remember? And from a normal... I mean a little bit not so rich family, so I guess they fed him banana a lot, because bananas are cheap. So, it’s his favorite food, banana and peanuts. I say, “You are really ‘cheap.’” And my other bird(-people), who since young have been with me or have been adopted since young or something, they’re not used to bananas. They eat a little bit only, and then they don’t eat. They keep holding and looking, and then he comes and takes it from their hands, and finishes off the job.

Now you wait for the tea, OK? And then once it’s finished, you tell people, and they go and get it. They go and get their cups. Or you bring it… No, it’s difficult. (No, they…) Better go one by one into the kitchen. (Yes.) Where is the kitchen? (Downstairs, Master.) Is it done yet? (Not yet.) When it’s done, you go and get the cup and fill it, and you can bring it up here and drink. It’s just that it’s difficult to bring the pot in here, it’s kind of dangerous. OK, guys? (Yes.) Wait a little bit. Now I’m really comfortable without Christmas decorations. Woof, I couldn’t wait to take them off. I still look pretty or not? (Yes.) Who cares. You guys are really good. You really are my heroes. Look at that, you can lean on the wall and sleep just like that. Or without the wall, you lean on each other and sleep just the same.

No, you are really cool, man, you sit for two, three days non-stop. I mean, you do stop for eating, right? How many times you eat per day here? One, two? (Three times.) Three times! (Yes.) Then when are you meditating? Wow, do you know how much it costs to cook three times a day? I don’t mean in terms of money. (Two, better two.) (Twice would be enough.) Twice would be enough. But three times is too much. Too much. Two times is enough. (Yes, it is.) But three times is better, or not? Two times is good but three times, no complaint, right? No, actually, tell me, tell me. We are democratic. If you say three times, then we give you two times. No problem. You say what you want, we do what we want. We both are democratic. There’s freedom. You say what you want, we do what we want. Isn’t that democratic? Is that freedom, no? No, actually, because in this household, there’re only a few people, like, six, seven, and maximum is ten. And the rest came only afterward, so they had to prepare in advance. So, I am amazed in a short time, they can prepare a lot of (vegan) food for everybody.

But you have enough food or not? (Yes.) (We have plenty.) Truly? (Yes.) Anybody who feels not enough? (No.) No? You’re OK? (So much.) (It’s good!) (Very nice. It’s very tasty.) (So much, so much.) So much. Really? And good? (Yes.) Wonderful, OK. That’s why you came. I got it. No, they really like to cook so much. Even for me upstairs, I was so scared. I said, “I give up, oh, enough, enough, enough.” I have hardly finished the food, and she said, “You want some more of the others?” “And You want this, and You want that?” Oh, my God! I said, “No, no, don’t scare me. I’ll open the window and jump out.” Really, a lot of food. And it tastes good even when you’re not hungry, that’s the problem. Watch it, watch it. You’ll probably go home with a couple of gained kilos.

Are you alright? Just stretch your legs, stretch your legs. Are you OK, all of you? (Yes.) My, you are really good. You are heroes, you know that? You know what, you push the lamp a little bit further to me, then you can stretch your legs. (Yes?) Yeah, push. Keep pushing, push. Yeah, more, more, more, more, more, more, more, more... Here, stretch your legs. (Thank You, Master.) It must be uncomfortable for the long leggy. How do you sit all day all night like that, except the three meals, and the two hours of break and the three hours lecture and...? I mean, are you OK, really? (Yes.) You can sit like that, just like that, all night tonight? Is there any snack in between at night? No, huh? (No.) At night, you’re free to sleep, right? (Yes.) Some of you sleep a little bit, but some of you meditate very well, and you know, off and on. It is really pretty cool.

But if you sleep and your neck hangs down like that, are you feeling bad? (Yes.) You are? (Yes.) Sometimes, huh? (Yes.) So what do we do? You know there was a German lady; she always put a thing like that. (Yes.) Does it help, does it help? (I don’t know.) (Yes.) Or maybe you try that. (Yes.) OK, why not? And everybody walks out like a zombie. My God! Maybe you try that to see if it helps, I don’t mind. But don’t show it to the police outside, they’ll think, “What kind of “gang”; heavily “armed” up to the neck?” I sit here, and I’m worried about you a little bit, because you sit all night like that. (It’s OK.) Is it OK, really? (Yes. OK, Master.) But you have the chair, it’s not too bad. (Yes, I sit in the chair.) Do you have a chair? No. (No.) Some of them don’t have a chair. You should buy a chair like that, it’s not expensive. (No. Maybe, maybe.)

How come today so many Chinese, Aulacese (Vietnamese) here? Because the Westerners went home? (Yes.) Ah, OK. Tomorrow is a working day again. Nobody wants to hear that. And how about you guys? Unemployed? (Yes.) No job? (No.) Wow, what lucky people. What do you do then? (When we go back, then go look for a job.) Ah, still looking for a job. Don’t look too long. No, who cares? Well, you work enough anyway.

Nobody really has no job in this world, you do one thing or another. On the other planets, you don’t have to work per se, like eight to five or a fixed job. You don’t have to do like that. Not every planet is working the way we do, and they don’t need money. They just exchange; it’s like a community system. You plant potatoes, I plant tomatoes, and we just exchange. They don’t even have government; they don’t need. It saves a lot of money from voting, every four, five years we spend a lot of money on campaigns. (Yes.) My God, how do we do that? Campaigns and then later partying and all that, costs a lot of money. (Yes.) What a waste of time and money. But they think if the person stays too long in power, they’ll become too strong, too maybe kind of dictative or something. That’s why they have this system. Well, everything costs something. Who says freedom costs nothing?

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