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Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 1 от 5

00:31:23

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 1 от 5

Ако работим за прехраната си, това е добре за всичко. Чувстваме се добре отвътре, съответно и тялото се чувства добре. Всичко е свързано, нали знаете? (Да.) Емоционалното, духовното, умственото и физическото, всичко е свързано.
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2021-07-20   2939 Преглед
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2021-07-20

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 2 от 5

00:28:17

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 2 от 5

Всъщност, това е добра идея. Ако имаме ферма, ако някои от вас могат да си го позволят, можете да живеете там евтино. Така ще спестявате. Ще пестите пари, всеки ден ще заделяте малко пари и ще се занимавате с градината. По-добре е да сме си самодостатъчни. Много пълноценен живот. И свят, да!
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2021-07-21   2109 Преглед
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2021-07-21

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 3 от 5

00:31:17

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 3 от 5

Ако понякога дойда тук, ще ви кажа и вие ще дойдете. Ще се сгъстим за няколко дни, няма значение. В този ден не е нужно да медитирате, само ще седим, ще ядем и ще се приберем вкъщи. Или ще медитираме прави! Или можем да направим нещо като подвижен под.
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2021-07-22   1980 Преглед
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2021-07-22

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 4 от 5

00:39:13

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 4 от 5

Например, работите пет дни седмично или понякога шест и на другия ден не знаете какво да правите! Просто отидете в градината, засадете нещо, хранете се от труда си. Това е забавно!
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2021-07-23   2058 Преглед
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2021-07-23

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 5 от 5

00:35:11

Висше мислене и скромен живот, част 5 от 5

Това е защото имате вяра. Просто бъдете на тази вълна. Вярвайте, че Силата на Учителя е винаги с вас. Ако се затворите за благословията, тогава аз не мога да вляза; не мога насила да ви благославям! Понякога го правя, но само ако е спешно. Иначе вие трябва да го искате.
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2021-07-24   3001 Преглед
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2021-07-24

Благословията на посвещението: Радостна сбирка на кухненския екип с Върховния Учител Чинг Хай, част 1 от 3

00:31:13

Благословията на посвещението: Радостна сбирка на кухненския екип с Върховния Учител Чинг Хай, част 1 от 3

Възхвала за Теб, Славен Учителю Чинг Хай! Възхвала за Теб, Чудотворен Просветлен Учителю! Възхвала за Теб, Славен Учителю Чинг Хай!
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2021-07-25   2421 Преглед
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2021-07-25

Благословията на посвещението: Радостна сбирка на кухненския екип с Върховния Учител Чинг Хай (веган), част 2 от 3

00:30:17

Благословията на посвещението: Радостна сбирка на кухненския екип с Върховния Учител Чинг Хай (веган), част 2 от 3

Много е трудно в този свят да разбереш. Този свят има толкова много разсейващи неща. (Да. Така че, благодаря Ви много.) И умът е замъглен, затова хората наистина не могат да разберат нищо. Дори Библията, много неща са толкова ясни, но хората пак не ги виждат. Дори някои от издигнатите изучаващи Библията.
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2021-07-26   1998 Преглед
Между Учителя и учениците
2021-07-26

Благословията на посвещението: Радостна сбирка на кухненския екип с Върховния Учител Чинг Хай (веган), част 3 от 3

00:28:18

Благословията на посвещението: Радостна сбирка на кухненския екип с Върховния Учител Чинг Хай (веган), част 3 от 3

Животните. (Да.) Животните. (Да.) Те ви носят послания, но понякога вие не ги получавате. (Не.) Понякога ако... може да има някои определени места, на които ако стоите, изведнъж се напълва с насекоми или нещо подобно. Те просто искат да си отидете оттам. (Уау.) Трябва да отидете по-добре някъде другаде, нещо такова. Всяко създание ви помага по някакъв начин; те помагат.
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2021-07-27   1959 Преглед
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2021-07-27

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 1 от 5

00:32:42

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 1 от 5

Те не разбирали кой всъщност е Буда. Не познавали силата Му. Тяхното проповядване идвало отвън. Говорели на хората, може би повтаряли от Ведите или от друго свещено писание. Но Буда е вътрешното осъзнаване, той е могъщ отвътре. Може да благославя хората, да спасява хората, да освобождава душите, дори от ада. Различно е.
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2021-07-28   2568 Преглед
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2021-07-28

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 2 от 5

00:32:14

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 2 от 5

Това е ужасен грях. Да наклеветиш някого и да развалиш репутацията му е също толкова лошо, колкото да го убиеш, или по-лошо, особено когато този човек е просветлен светец и не е навредил на никого. Само е проповядвал добро и е напомнял на хората да вършат добрини, или им е показвал пътя на освобождението. Ето защо.
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2021-07-29   2039 Преглед
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2021-07-29

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 3 от 5

00:32:31

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 3 от 5

Много индийци не ходят на Ганготри, източника на река Ганг, където ледът се топи и се превръща във водите на Ганг. Източникът на река Ганг. Отидох дотам, изкъпах се в него. Вече ви казах. Влязох, броих „едно, две, три” и изскочих, защото водата е ледено студена. Дори през месец май е ледено студена.
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2021-07-30   2087 Преглед
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2021-07-30

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 4 от 5

00:33:06

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 4 от 5

Един монах забравя вече за семейството си и става монах, тогава поне сърцето му е пречистено. И обикаля и носи хубава енергия из цялата страна. Не е нужно да прави нищо. Трябва да се отнасят с тях с уважение, с всички монаси. Независимо от коя религия са.
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2021-07-31   2070 Преглед
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2021-07-31

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 5 от 5

00:31:27

Будистки истории: Синка, браминското момиче, част 5 от 5

Прилича на шампанско. Много прилича на шампанско. Хубаво е и има балончета и всичко. Освен дето няма алкохол. Всичко наред ли е? (Да. Много добре.) Щастливи сте, щастливи? (Да. Благодарим Ви, Учителю.) Знаете ли, ще хапнем някои от тези, защото все сладко, сладко, сладко. О, харесва ми.
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2021-08-01   1951 Преглед
Между Учителя и учениците
2021-08-01

Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 1 of 12

00:26:56

Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 1 of 12

(Thank You, Master.) No. Thank you! (Thank You.) (Thank You for coming to Hsihu and for being so good to the villagers here.) (Yes.) Thank you. (We make business whenever we come here. Thank You, many thanks.) Thank you! (Thank You, thanks Master.) See you. (Thanks, everyone as well. Many thanks, thank You.) Thank you. (Oh, Master can speak Hakka?) Just a little bit. What are you selling? (This and this.) You are selling this. Which one? Which one do you want me to buy? (It’s up to You.) Which one is not selling well? Is it this one or this one? Or that one? (It’s up to You.) Did the initiates come out to buy it? They said they did? (They would.) Did they buy it from you? (They would come out to buy.) (These aren’t sold yet.) Right, not yet. But would they normally buy it? (Yes, they would.) OK. Then I’ll buy a little bit, OK? This is very tasty. I am not going to buy all of them. Save some for others. Understand? (Yes.) (Just buy them all.) Just buy them all? What are they going to do if there’s nothing left when they come out? (As soon as it’s sold out. I can call it a day and go home.) You want to go home, OK. How many? How much? Pay her. (OK.) Note it down. (Yes.) Count how much is left in your wallet after you pay, (Yes.) then you know how much I owe you. (Yes.) It’s time to go. We’ll take the car. Here you come again. (Master, I am also here!) I have bought it just now. (Sorry, please buy some.) I can't buy them all. I don't have have enough space. (Just a little.) What are these? (Corns. They are roasted.) Corns again? (Yes.) We just bought a lot. (Master, You also speak Aulacese [Vietnamese]? I am Aulacese [Vietnamese].) Ah, Aulacese (Vietnamese)? Oh! (I am Aulacese [Vietnamese].) New citizen. Aulacese (Vietnamese)? (You see, Master understood.) (No, Master did not understand. I’ve just spoken Aulacese [Vietnamese], but Master did not understand.) I understood, why didn’t I? (Master understood.) (I just told Master to buy things from me, but You ignored me.) Didn’t I buy it? (She said You ignored her.) I did buy some. (Yes, you did. You bought peanuts.) No, I bought some peanuts already. (Yes, she said You... I told her. I told her Master is Aulacese [Vietnamese], and Master understood Aulacese [Vietnamese].) OK, I don’t have this. I’d like to buy this. OK, how many now? How much are these? (Oh, Mây, please say that is from another vendor.) (These are theirs. I only have corns.) These are not yours? (No.) Are these yours? (Yes, corns are mine.) OK, we will buy some more. (I am still eating.) Twelve. (Twelve. OK. Thank You.) Twelve. OK. (Twelve.) (Wei.) (Twelve.) Four, twelve already. (Yes, twelve.) (Oh, this is the first time I see You, Master.) I can sing Aulacese (Vietnamese). (I see You passing by here every day, but today…) Four, eight. (Nine, ten, eleven, twelve.) I can sing Aulacese (Vietnamese) also. (First time I see Her. Oh, my legs and my hands are shaking.) She said she’s shaky. She said she’s shaky. (No, today is my first time seeing Her...) Twelve? (Seeing Supreme Master Ching Hai in person.) How come it is the first time? (No, every... I live just down there.) Yes? (Today is my first time seeing You.) So beautiful. Aulacese (Vietnamese), so beautiful. (Today is my first time seeing You.) Can you sing Aulacese (Vietnamese) songs? (Yes!) Which song? (It’s my first time to see Master. I am so happy.) Which song? She said she has goose bumps. Why? I am just buying vegetables. (No. My heart is beating fast. Heart is beating fast.) OK. How much? Oh, we can't buy anymore because we have to go back to the gathering. (Time to go back.) (Twelve. How much each?) (NT$40 each.) (NT$40.) (Four times 12, NT$480.) OK. I am going back to the gathering, OK? (OK.) What kind… (Thank You, Master.) Some… which song can you sing? (…which song can we sing?) Roads of Vietnam, you know that song? (I don’t know how to sing that song.) (I forgot how to sing that song. I live here quite long, so I forget it all.) Say it again. Which song? Which song can you sing? Which song? (Now, I don’t remember at all. I am so happy to remember anything.) So how come you said that I don’t understand. (So happy…) She said she’s worried I don’t understand Aulacese (Vietnamese). I said, “Do you know any Aulacese (Vietnamese) song?” She said, “Nothing. Don’t remember.” OK. I am sorry, guys. (Master, my vegetables are very good.) Thank you! (Master, these were grown in straw.) OK. Thank you. Because… (These were completely grown in straw.) I see. Then I’ll take those that are readily prepared. (OK. I will just take NT$100.) OK. NT$100 each, so four of them are NT$400. (No. NT$100 will do.) That’s impossible. (No. I don’t want to charge so much.) So cheap. (These were grown in straw.) Grown in straws. (It’s organic.) Thank you. I like it. (Also beans and all others. We’re still picking. You see, there are a lot of straws.) I like it. It’s OK. Thank you. (Thank You.) The straws are also edible. (It’s grown in straws. Do You still want this?) That will do. OK. I’ve got to go now. I need to go to the gathering. They are waiting. How about I come by another day and start buying from this side, OK? I haven’t bought it from there. Thank you. Sorry. I must go to the gathering. OK. (Thank You, Master.) No. Thank you! (Thank You.) (Thank You for coming to Hsihu and for being so good to the villagers here.) (Yes.) Thank you. (We make business whenever we come here. Thank You, many thanks.) Thank you! (Thank You, thanks Master.) See you. (Thanks, everyone as well. Many thanks, thank You.) Thank you. (Oh, Master can speak Hakka?) Just a little bit. Thank you. (Thank You. See You.) (Did we pay you?) (Yes.) (Goodbye, goodbye. Thank You. Thank You, Master.) How do you say goodbye in Hokkien? (Goodbye.) (Goodbye.) “Goodbye?” Just like the Taiwanese (Formosan)? Goodbye. Thank you. Goodbye. (Goodbye, goodbye.) Bye-bye. See you later. Hallo. Where should I go? (Turn right, Master.) Turn right. Hallo there. Hallo. Turn right? This way? (Yes.) Hallo, everybody. (Hallo, Master. Master is so beautiful.) Hallo everyone! (Hallo Master!) You brought the sun here. We had a lot of rain yesterday. You should come often and we will have more sun here. (OK.) Where should I walk? People love me everywhere. Which way? Right or left? Who wants to say it first? (Left.) (Right.) A voice vote is faster. (Hallo Master!) Hallo everyone! (Master doesn’t get old. Hallo Master!) OK. Thank you. How is everyone? (Good.) Has the weather been good? (Yes.) OK. (Master, I love You.) Love you. (Master, I love You.) (Master is so beautiful!) You are beautiful. (Master is so beautiful.) (Hallo Master!) Thank you. Thank you. (Master is really beautiful!) (Master is beautiful.) (So beautiful.) How is everyone? (Good.) I love you very much. (I love You too.) Thanks for coming. (Master is so beautiful.) Thank you. Are the mainland Chinese still here? (Yes.) In the front. They are all here. Great! They let you sit in the front. Very kind. Oh, what should I do? This is a lot of walking for me. I can never walk around enough for you. (Master, I love You.) Love you, love you. Love you. I love you. I love you. Love you. (Master is so beautiful.) Love you. Love you. (Hallo Master!) (Master is so beautiful!) (Hallo Master!) You look beautiful. Your hat is pretty. Thank you. Thank you. (Hallo Master!) I love you. (I love You.) I love you very much. (Master, I love You.) Love you a lot. (Hallo Master!) Hallo! (Hallo Master!) Hallo everyone! (Hallo Master!) (Hallo, Master!) Hallo, how are you? (Hallo Master!) (Master looks so beautiful!) You are beautiful! (Master is beautiful!) Thank you. (Hallo Master!) (Thank You.) Is everyone OK? (I love You.) I haven't walked through here, have I? (Master, I love You.) Love you. (Master is beautiful.) I will go there later. Have a look. (Hallo Master! I love You.) Love you. Love you. (Hallo Master!) Why are you all here? Someone asked you not to leave? (Hallo Master!) We need to turn back. (Hallo Master!) Hallo! (Hallo Master!) I love you. (I love You.) Love you. (Master is so beautiful!) Thank you. Thank you. Hallo, how is everyone? (Master is so beautiful!) How are you? (Fine.) It’s warm. Do you feel cold? (No.) You don’t? Yeah, good, good. Thank you. Thank you for coming. Thank you. Oh! It’s better to be a man. Yes, you have more space. You can sit farther apart. That’s not bad. (Master has been working hard.) No, no. I am happy. Work is busy but it’s not hard. (OK.) It’s not hard. (Hallo Master.) Very good. (Hallo Master.) Are you OK sitting there? (Yes.) Were you assigned to sit there? Or did you volunteer? Volunteered, right? To see the old places. Wow! Is it OK here? (Yes.) You can squeeze together if it rains, right? (Yes.) OK. Wonderful! We don’t need to build an ashram, do we? There is no need. It’s good like this. The air is good, right? (Yes.) As long as we do this every day…on Sundays, it’s fine. It rained a lot yesterday. I am thinking of moving our "capital" to somewhere more sunny, such as Pingtung and Kaohsiung. But their centers are smaller. Let’s see if they can host us. Where are you from? (Pingtung.) There may be some odor over there. (A little.) A little. I did ask them to get ready in case we come. The place is bigger. Kaohsiung is smaller. It’s beautiful but smaller. There isn’t enough space for everyone to sit. OK? Have you seen me? (Hallo Master!) Hallo! Have you seen me? (Yes.) OK. OK. I will walk this way. (Hallo Master!) How are you? Hallo everyone! I love you guys. I love you guys very much. (Hallo Master!) Love you very much. Thanks for coming to see me. Thank you. Thank you. (Hallo Master!) Thank you. Enough. Have you seen me? I am the same as yesterday and the day before. I will walk that way later. (Hallo Master!) Are all the kids there? (Yes.) OK. I will go there later. OK? I don’t feel cold at all. Many people asked if I do any exercise. I said, “No, I don’t need to exercise. My dogs give me enough exercise. And when you come, I exercise a lot too.” OK? Thank you. Thank you for coming to see me. (Hallo Master!) Thank you. Hallo everyone! (Master, I love You.) Love you. I love you. (Master, I love You.) Love you. Love you. Thank you. (Master, I love You.) Love you. Love you. (Master, You are so beautiful.) I love You. I love you. Thank you. (Master, I love You.) I love you. Love you. (Thank You.) Thank you. Korean, huh? Korean, yes? (Yes.) Korean. Only Korean, nobody else? Oh, you came back. You stay here? I hardly see you. Where have you been? Sometimes I see you here. But you come up there also sometimes? OK.
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2021-08-02   3088 Преглед
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2021-08-02

Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 2 of 12

00:32:21

Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 2 of 12

They’re very honest people, you know. We just mistakenly gave a little bit more and they just ran after us and returned the rest of the money. They say otherwise you have to buy more to make up for the money. They don’t take your money at all. The people around here, you can trust. Aulacese (Vietnamese)? Aulacese (Vietnamese)? (Yes.) (Aulacese, Master.) Wow! The Aulacese (Vietnamese) came a lot now to Taiwan (Formosa). Maybe 50… 50? 50,000 or 500,000? I forgot. A lot of Aulacese (Vietnamese) have come... and lived here in Taiwan (Formosa) Do you know? (Yes.) I forgot how many. Anyone knows how many? Is it 500,000 or 50,000? Over 200,000. 250,000 Aulacese (Vietnamese) working in Taiwan (Formosa). And another 50,000 settled down here. Like wives and husbands. I hope you’ll be good. Among the Aulacese (Vietnamese) immigrants who live here, 250,000 are working here, and 50,000 are married here. 300,000 immigrants, see that? Are you coming to invade their country? (We come here to see Master.) You come to see me? (Yes.) What to say? “Excuse,” how to say in Aulacese (Vietnamese)? Good excuse? (Just an excuse.) Good excuse, that’s right. Everything, you blame it on me. I didn’t tell you to come. Did I? I didn’t, right? Did I? Did anyone hear that I told the Aulacese (Vietnamese) to come here? To work here? (No, Master.) Did I say that? (No, Master.) No. You just come by your own will, then blame it on me. You’re used to put the blame on someone else, right? It’s OK to come here, but you should work diligently and be a good citizen. Don’t make the comrades at home lose faces, OK? (Yes, Master.) If Uncle Hồ comes back to life, he’d scold you, understand? Oh, sorry, I’m sweating all over. I still look old, yeah? Still look old, right? Yeah. Today, I complained to the video team, said they don’t make me look good. But when I looked in the mirror, I said, “Oh, they tried their best already.” If they didn’t try their best, I would have looked even worse. Yeah, you cannot do anything about it. When you get old, you’re old no matter how much magic they’re doing with the camera or how much special effect. You still look pretty… (Young.) …old. What is that? What? You don’t dare say it. I said it for you. OK. Do you have translation? (Yes.) Do the Taiwanese (Formosan) have translation? (Yes.) Really? (Yes.) The last row too? (Yes.) You do? From here to the entrance and down there? (Yes.) You don’t have it? No translation? Why not? Can you give them some earphones? Two people here don’t have them. Share with your neighbors. Each person can use one earpiece. OK. It’s almost four o’clock. It’s time to eat. I want to escape. Every Sunday is the same. You make me sit here so you can look. I don’t know what for. You know I’m just getting older everyday but not look different. I just went out to buy, some shopping. If you need something, you buy outside first, before you buy inside. Okay. If outside doesn’t have or they’re closed, they’ve gone home, then you buy inside. Do I still look old? (No!) OK yeah? I’ve been running outside and then run inside again. I said if you need something, please buy from outside. OK? (Yes.) Give our neighbors some business. Make them happy. (OK.) They told me their produce is… It means having no chemicals. “You ji” (meaning organic). “You qu” (meaning interesting). (Yes.) Oh! “You ji.” Organic. This is interesting. So please buy from them. OK? (Yes.) They are very lovely. We just mistakenly paid them a little more, but they didn’t take it. They’re very honest people, you know. We just mistakenly gave a little bit more and they just ran after us and returned the rest of the money. They say otherwise you have to buy more to make up for the money. They don’t take your money at all. The people around here, you can trust. I’ve told you many times. But I will say it again. Please try to buy from them. OK? (OK.) If not for yourself, then for your neighbors. (OK.) Your neighbors, relatives and friends. So you can bond with them. OK? (Yes.) The prices are very low, right? (Yes.) A big bag of vegetables only costs NTD 100. Wow. It’s too hot. You are radiating heat to me. They want to barbecue me also. I’m already sweating, you know, sauce already all over. And the heater over here. Ah…whew! OK, just have a quick look and then we go eat. Not every day so late. I said I’d let you have a look and then go. Don't stay so late every time. I had guests just now. OK? I received some guests just now. I have been busy since six in the morning. I had guests just now, so I got to eat a little. How many foreigners are here today? Raise your hand. The Taiwanese (Formosan) don’t count. Taiwan is not a foreign country. If you are from Pingtung, you are not a foreigner. Oh. So many. Later we can go up there and talk. Any mainland Chinese here? (Yes!) Oh! Any Aulacese (Vietnamese) here? (Yes.) Yes. The Aulacese (Vietnamese), a lot here now. 300,000s. And the Chinese, 400,000s. So soon we have only mainland Chinese and Aulacese (Vietnamese). The Taiwanese (Formosan), less. Because many Taiwanese (Formosan) also went out, you know, to other countries to work or to stay or to marry or to settle down, something. So, just now one of the government officials told me that maybe soon only Aulacese (Vietnamese). Taiwanese (Formosan), very less. Oh wow, I’m glad. I am glad you like Taiwan. I like Taiwan too. Where else is as good? Lots of oxygen. Right? (Yes.) No matter how many people are here, the oxygen level is the same. (Yes.) Someone said just now that compared to one year ago, I look younger. Let me tell you maybe it’s true. Maybe the air here is better. Maybe I have been with the puppies and have been affected by their energy. They are so young and walk so fast. They run so fast that no one can keep pace. If they don’t want to come to you, you can’t catch them. You have to use a helicopter to do that. If you want to catch the dogs, I think you have to use UFO or something because they’re so fast. They had been cooped up too long, in Hong Kong also because we had to rent apartment while waiting, and then when we came here they had to be quarantined. I say “imprisoned.” I don’t say “quarantined.” “Imprisoned” for one week. So, when they came back here, the first day, oh, they ran from up to down, from left to right. Oh, they ran so fast nobody even saw them when they passed by. So fast! I said, “It’s, oh, there! No! Where? Where? Where?” And then suddenly “zoop!” again. So fast. They have so much energy. I don’t dare bring them down, the six of them. And they all run very fast. The big one is easier because he’s been with me longer. These only may be with me maybe seven, eight months or maximum ten months. They’re still babies, puppies, and they run so fast. They eat a lot. They want everything. Every time, anytime. And when they’re out, they run so fast. Luckily I have enough room, they can run. OK then. I am so happy to see you that I don’t know what to say. Are the foreigners staying a little longer? The Taiwanese are not here except on Sundays, right? (That's right.) You have no time, right? (We have time.) (We do.) You have time, then why don’t you come? Why do you wait for a retreat? Do you still want retreats? How many Taiwanese are here? Raise your hand. You can’t stay or don’t want to stay? Anyone? (We want to stay.) You don’t want to stay? (We want to.) You don’t? (We do!) (We want to! We want to!) Then why don’t you? (We want to.) You leave the foreigners to me to take care of. Are you afraid of them? (No.) (There’s this rule.) Huh? (There used to be a rule.) (No registration.) Who said so? (Master didn’t say so.) Did I say so? Did I say the Taiwanese can’t come? How funny! It’s your country. Why can’t you come? (Yay!) You can come and go as you please. It’s so convenient here. (OK. Thank You, Master.) The place is big and the country is free. (OK.) Why do you say you can’t come? Maybe it’s a misunderstanding. OK. Oh! You are so happy? (Thank You, Master.) I thought you didn’t want to come. (No.) Every time I came down to look for Taiwanese, I couldn’t find one. I thought you didn’t want me anymore, as I am old. (We won’t.) OK. Fine, fine. OK. If you want to stay, just stay. OK? (OK.) But you shouldn't neglect your responsibilities. That’s all. OK? (OK.) Don't neglect your responsibilities. Don't abandon your husbands, wives and children. We take care of them better than anyone else can. Understand? For example, I have assistants to take care of my dogs. But they do it differently. The dogs still see me as their main caretaker, their closest friend. They prefer to sleep with me, not with the assistants. Even though the assistants have taken care of them for a few months and they haven’t seen me for four months, they still recognize me. It’s the same with your children and husband. He won’t seek another wife. Understand? Neither will the wife seek another husband. OK? So please take care and nurture your relationship. Keep your family in good order. OK? (OK.) Don’t make an excuse to come here and say “Master said so.” I didn’t say so. I said you can stay if you want, not that you are required to stay. Understand? (OK.) Fulfill your responsibilities. OK? (Yes.) If we want world peace, we should have peace in the family first. Understand? (Yes.) Stay if you can. I won’t be here too long. I will go up to talk to the foreigners for a while. Those who can stay, do as you please. OK? If you can come, just do so. OK? I am just afraid it’s not convenient for you. When it rains, you’d better not stay. Yesterday it rained, but you had a retreat. (Yes.) How terrible! I was so worried. I was so worried. Were you all right yesterday? (Yes.) I asked if Pingtung and Kaohsiung can accommodate so many people. They said no. I am also worried about the vendors outside. If we leave, what will they do? Yes, I am worried. What shall we do? Let’s take them with us! I really worry about everyone. I am not joking. It sounds funny, but I am really worried. Yesterday it rained very hard. With so much rain, it was cold even inside my house and the cave. There is a dehumidifier that keeps the temperature a little warmer. But it’s still cold. Must be even colder in your tents. Were you guys supermen? Or heroes? Are you not afraid of the cold? (We are.) Were you cold yesterday? (Yes.) (No.) Yes or no? (YES.) (NO.) Yes and no. Yes and no. Some yes? Some no? Don’t you know it gets cold when it rains? (We know.) (We don’t feel cold when Master is here.) I didn’t come down here yesterday. Do you know why? (No.) I knew you were here, but I didn’t come. Do you know the reason? (The rain.) It was not because of the rain. I’m not afraid of rain. You are not afraid of it. How would I? I was afraid if I showed up, it would seem like I was encouraging you to come in storms and heavy rains. If you get sick, you will blame me. If you catch a cold, who will your husband or wife blame? They will blame me! Why tell people to come in such cold weather? Why tell them to come when it’s cold and wet? That’s why I didn’t come down here, so no one can blame me. You thought I would come since I was in the ashram. No way. I won. I didn’t come. There were so many of you, but you didn’t win. OK. I am going up to talk to the foreigners because they only stay for a short time. OK? (Yes.) Maybe they can’t stay very long. Some come from China. I am very touched by their stories. Some come from very remote places. The far corner of the mainland. Close to Tibet. So far away. It’s called Xinjiang. Xinjiang is extremely remote. Right? (Yes.) Heilongjiang or Bailongjiang. Wow! So far away! It takes them two or three days to reach Hsihu. Their stories almost move me to tears. Returning home from Hsihu will take them another two or three days. Two days for some, three for others. It’s been a week and they get to see me only once. So I will go up to see them first. You understand? (Yes.) The Taiwanese who want to stay can also go up. OK? (OK.) But don’t ask unnecessary questions. (OK.) Just listen. (OK.) OK? (OK.) Shut your mouth and open your ears. (OK.) Because they don’t have much time. I need to save time for them. Understand? (Yes.) I see you later up there, the same place, okay? Yeah. OK. See you next week if I am here. If not, check out Kaohsiung or Pingtung. OK? Are you from Taiwan? (China.) From China. How long can you stay? (I leave on the 15th.) The 15th. Today is … (The 10th.) The 10th. (Five more days.) Five more days. OK. Where are you from? Is it far? (Shenzhen.) Shenzhen. (Guangdong.) Guangdong. (It’s close.) It’s not too far, right? (That’s right. It’s close.) It’s very close. Oh! Shenzhen is near Hong Kong. Hong Kong. That’s good. He’s from China but not very far. He’s from Guangdong area, near Hong Kong. That means about two hours flight, but maybe sometimes they have to take a train or bus to go to the airport. OK then, I see you later. I wish you peace and happiness, and harmony in your country. (Thank You, Master.)
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2021-08-03   2575 Преглед
Между Учителя и учениците
2021-08-03

Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 3 of 12

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Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 3 of 12

(Master, I love You the most.) I love you the most. (Master, You are so pretty!) You are pretty too. Thank you. (Master, I’ve liked You since I was little.) You’ve liked me since you were little? Wow, I am so honored. Can someone drive my cart here? Drive my… (Drive the cart.) Yes, ask the Dharma guard to drive my cart to the front. OK? I will go from here. Ask the Dharma guard to drive my cart to the kitchen. (The basketball court.) The big kitchen. (The basketball court.) By the basketball court. OK. Thank you. No one plays basketball now, but it’s still called that. The kitchen. In the past... (It was for basketball.) Long time ago, a few decades ago, that basketball court was built for the little monks. It was very useful. There was a little monk here. He was very small. He used to play a lot of basketball and grew very tall. Really tall. Two meters! He is from Taiwan, but he grew very tall and was exceptional. It’s useful. If you want to grow tall, set up basketball hoops at home. It’s too late for us. (Too late. We are old.) Forget it. It’s too late. Forget it. It’s for others. OK? See you next time. Next week or next stop. Thank you. Wish you peace. (Thank You, Master.) (Love You.) Now we have this. It’s nice, yeah? It’s better than nothing, right? (Yes.) Yes. If I’d known earlier, I’d have built more for you. OK. We have a new place for pitching tents. Do you know? It’s not ready yet, but maybe next time it will be. OK? Yeah, thank you. Peace, everyone. I am here to pay my debts. Love you. (How are You, Master?) Good. Good. (Hallo, Master!) (Hallo, Master!) Very good. Hallo kids. (Hallo, Master!) How are you? Why are you sitting here? Husband? (No.) Why sit here? No? (I’m from Australia to see You, Master.) Why didn’t you sit on the… (I was told to sit here, so I’m just...) Who? Who told you that? (All your friendly service.) Come with me. Come with me. We’re going there. We’re going up there to see all the foreigners. You can come with. (OK. Thank You, Master.) You have any friends or anybody? (No. My sister-in-law.) Sister-in-law comes. Yeah, OK. (Hallo Master!) Hallo! (Hallo, Master!) Hallo! Hallo! Hallo! (Hallo, Master!) Hallo everyone! (Hallo, Master!) Hallo! (Hallo, Master!) We are all getting old. (Hallo, Master!) (Love You, love You.) I love you. (Love You! ) Love you. (Love You so much. I love You.) Love you. (Hallo, Master!) I am afraid you will be squashed, so I dare not. (Love You. Love You.) Love you. (Master is so beautiful.) (It’s wonderful! Thank You, Master. Please give me a pat [blessing]. Thank You, Master.) Hallo everyone! Come over here. (Hallo, Master!) (Thank You, Master.) The kids can come here. The kids are OK. Come. The adults, please don’t push. Ah! Wow! (Master, I love You the most.) I love you the most. (Master, You are so pretty!) You are pretty too. Thank you. (Master, I’ve liked You since I was little.) You’ve liked me since you were little? Wow, I am so honored. Yes, I heard you. Thank you. (You patted (blessed) me.) Oh. I did. OK. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So many children. You have been diligent in having so many children. Wow! OK. OK. (A big group of children.) You have so many children. Wow. So many children. OK. (I like Master.) I like you. Be careful of the little kid, the little boy. Whose little boy is this? Hallo. (I didn’t get a hug.) Hallo! I love you. I love you too. Be careful of the little boy. You are here again? I can never finish hugging people. What to do? I can never finish hugging. What to do? Anyone who didn’t get a hug, come here. (I didn’t get a hug.) You didn’t get a hug? (Not yet.) OK. OK. OK. Don’t push. Don’t push. Don’t push. OK. (We are so excited to see Master.) Really? How did you know? (When I saw a big crowd coming this way, I knew.) So smart. OK. OK. Be careful. Don’t push. Enough. Don't. Don't. There are kids in the front. OK? The kids are in the front. Don’t push. OK? (Thank You.) And that one. The ones behind didn’t get a pat or a hug. Don't linger after you get a hug. (Master, I love You.) Love you, love you. Thank you. (Master, thank You.) (Master, I love You.) Love you, love you. (Thank You. Thank You.) OK. Hallo, baby love! Hallo, hallo. OK. (Thank You.) Have all the kids received a pat or a hug? No? These two haven’t? Yes? Love you, love you. Don’t be greedy. (Thank You, Master.) Thank you. Thank you for having such beautiful children. (Thank You.) Yes? I have patted everyone, right? No? Oh! The elders. Don’t push. Don’t push. I pat whoever is here. Others, please don’t push. Don’t try to squeeze in. (Thank You, Master.) Don’t push. (Thank You for Your love.) Don’t push. (Master, I love You.) Love you, love you. (We are grateful to Master.) Love you. (We are grateful to Master.) OK. (Hallo, Master.) Enough. (Thank You.) Don’t push. Don’t push. OK. (Thank You.) I want to escape. (I love You.) Hey! Love you, love you. Thank you. (Hallo, Master.) Thank you very much. (Hallo, Master!) Come here, come here. (Hallo, Master!) Don’t fight. Don’t fight. (Don’t push. Don’t push.) Don’t push. Don’t push. If you get a pat, fine. If you can’t, don’t push. OK? (Hallo, Master!) (She has been watching. Please pat her, Master.) You are back again? OK, very good. Enough. Enough. (Thank You, Master.) The elders, the elders. (Master, there is an elder here.) An elder. (Here, here, come. She is blocked. Come.) OK. The elder. How are you? (Master loves you very much.) (Hallo, Master!) Love you, love you. Hallo! (Thank You, Master.) (Master, she is also an elder.) The elders. (Thank You, Master.) Be careful, don’t push. The elders are in the front. OK? Don’t push the elders and the kids. They might get hurt. All... (Yes, yes, thank You.) Have I given all the elders a pat? (Master, thank You.) Good. No problem. Not a problem at all. OK? The old people have less chance. Understand? They are here today. Not sure if they will be here tomorrow. So I give them priority. Don’t be jealous. Are you old? So young and beautiful. Hey! Everyone. OK. OK. Very good. Very good. Very good. Thank you, thank you, grandma. (Thank You, Master.) OK. Yes, yes. (Thank You, Master.) I am going now. (Master, goodbye.) Bye, see you. (Master, bye.) Where is my golf cart? Is it here? (It’s at the main entrance.) You come up with the foreigners. Come. Come. You’re welcome. I am just sorry I am delayed (No, no, Master.) by love. Come with. OK? Let him in. Bring him up. Hey! (Hallo Master!) Please don’t push. If you haven’t got it, go over there where there’re fewer people, then I can better reach you. Go there. Don’t push. Go there. Spread out and go there. Let that foreigner come up. OK? (Bring him over too.) Yeah. (Hallo, Master!) Hallo! (Hallo, Master!) Once you get a pat, give the space to others. OK? (OK.) Ah! Ah! (Thank You, Master.) Ah! (Thank You, Master.) Don’t push. Don’t push. (Thank You, Master.) Love you guys. (Love You.) (Thank You, Master.) The ones behind haven’t gotten a pat. Let them come to the front, OK? If you haven't got a pat, just come. (Go once you get a pat.) (Go to the back after you get a pat.) (Leave after you get a pat.) (Master, I love You.) Have I patted you all? (Yes.) Missed anyone? The mainland Chinese can go up. You can go up. OK? (OK.) Good. OK. OK. OK. (Thank You, Master.) Sorry. OK. (Master is forever young and beautiful.) (OK. I am contented.) Thank you. Oh. You don’t know how to do it. (Manual brake.) Let me do it. It’s OK. Like this. That Dharma guard didn’t buy enough things. Where are the snacks? (For the Dharma guards?) Yes. For the Dharma guards. (We’ve put them away and will give them to each of the Dharma guards.) Are there enough? (Yes.) Give a little for symbolism. OK. I couldn’t buy from every vendor. I had no time. OK? (OK.) Ask the accountant to pay you. OK? (OK.) Count everything. (Understand.) If you don’t take the money that I borrowed, I will expel you. (OK.) Understand? (Yes.) You understand? (Yes.) Back up a little. (OK.) (Master, bye-bye. Thank You, Master.) Love you. I can’t love you enough. There are so many of you. Thank you. Love you. I’ll come down later. OK? (OK.) You guys arrange it quickly. (OK.) Why haven’t the foreigners come up? (OK. Invite the foreigners to come up quickly.) I’ll come down later. OK? (OK.) Tell him to wait over there. (OK.) Is there anything special? (Fruits can be eaten directly.) This is not ripe. Not good. (Oranges.) This one is good. Are there any (vegan) cookies or candies? All gone? (Cookies and candies…) Nothing? Didn’t I buy them? They’re all in his… (They’re probably at the guard’s station.) It’s right. But what about those I’ve bought? Those at the guard’s station are for the vice minister. Bring out whatever can be eaten readily. Is there any other place? No more? There’s one down here. Here. (OK. Here.) This belongs to here. Any more? That’s all? (Bananas.) Bananas will do. OK. Very good. (Peanuts.) Peanuts are also fine. (OK. Peanuts.) OK. Peanuts. One for each of them. (One each. OK.) One each. (OK. One each.) It’s OK now. I bring it there. The foreigners sit at the back. Yes. Look at that chart. I am leaving, or they will cause a mess. Those few foreigners, where have they been pushed to? They were sitting right here. (Over here.) Oh. Thank you. You get peanuts from me, that’s all you get. Together, OK? (Thank You, Master.) Some more. (Thank You, Master.) Here. (Thank You, Master.) I don’t have a lot. It’s just, everybody, (Just take a couple.) one piece. (Yes.) (Yes, Master.) Here, together. Everybody. Give the foreigners, the Westerners. (OK.) These are from Taiwan (Formosa). Organic. It grows around here. Oh, this… Oh, also this, can do. You take some and throw it. (OK, Master. Thank You.) Here you go. (Thank You, Master.) Take it. Why do you do that? Ah, eat it, eat it, eat it quick. (Master.) (Thank You, Master.) Anything else? No. Everybody, one. (OK.) I’ll come back real quick, OK? I’ll come back soon. (Yes, Master.) I let them have time to prepare, and you settle down. I’ll come back. Here, two. How many? (Here?) Oh, no. It’s not enough. They might fight. I will give to the working staff. Sorry. I wanted to buy more but didn’t have time. No time. These are vegetables and you can’t eat them right away. I bought these to make them happy. My kitchen can also use. They are all vegetables, right? Put them anywhere. Twelve is not enough. But, do you Dharma guards all have? Take some symbolically. (OK.) I will come back down quickly. You handle first. Once you are ready, go up and tell the other Dharma guards and ask them to inform me. (OK.) Thank you very much. There is another session. It’s too late for you this way, too late for you the Dharma guards. I’ll work by myself. You can go home, in case you are afraid of your wife and children making noise. If you need to go home, please go. Go down together and eat something if there is. Then go home. The stuff I just bought. Ah? (OK.) Eat together, and then go home. Whoever can stay, then stay. If you can’t, just go. I won’t blame you. It’s no need. There are many people. Who dares to do anything to me? They are very fierce. Even I am afraid of them. OK. Yeah. Another session. All Taiwanese (Formosans). (Hallo, Master!) Ha! All Taiwanese (Formosans). So noisy! Thank you. Are you cold sitting like that? (It’s fine.) (Not cold.) Is it OK? Yeah, thank you very much for your love. Enough. Enough. Thank you. Have you ever eaten this before? (Yes, Master.) You did? (Yes.) Ah! (Thank You.) The Westerners, anybody who has not eaten this before? You? (Not yet.) Oh! You two share. No, no, no, no, no! You ate this in your mother’s stomach already. You two. OK? You two share. Only Westerners, they don’t know these things. Anyone? The Westerners. Have not eaten this before? (This one, not.) You have not? OK. You like it or you have not eaten? (I love this one.) “I love,” then you have eaten already. OK, never mind, give it to you. (Really?) You’re from far away, from Australia. (Thank You.) And this one, ah no, I have just a little bit. Everybody has like half or something. The Westerners only. I bought it outside. (Thank You, Master.) OK, you are welcome. Together. Everybody, one piece. And you two share that precious fruit. They call it sugar apple here in Taiwan (Formosa). Sugar apple means Shakyamuni. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, because this one looks like the top of the head, Shakyamuni Buddha had them when He was alive, so they call it sugar apple. So you’re eating the Buddha’s hair. Good luck. (Good luck.) I thought you Westerners haven’t seen those things, and haven’t eaten, so I give to you. I don’t have a lot. That’s for me. I give it to you. Oh! So many people come here again. How come? I am talking about foreigners only. (Taiwan [Formosa].) Taiwanese (Formosans) are OK, of course. But why so many? Don’t you go home? Don’t eat and don’t go home? My God. Behind you also, and then on the side. Here, here, oh, here also.
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2021-08-04   2630 Преглед
Между Учителя и учениците
2021-08-04

Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 4 of 12

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Whatever We Want, We Will Have It, Part 4 of 12

Anyway, there’s some problem in the world, you know that. Because we are different. Some like men, some like women, and this is where the problem begins. If we all don’t have men, then we don’t have a lot of trouble. Some have trouble, right? And if we don’t have women, the men would also have more peace. Sorry about that. But sometimes you cannot choose. OK, listen guys. The mainland Chinese who just arrived or haven’t seen me since last week, raise your hand. Mainland Chinese. OK? Which one is from the furthest place, like taking two or three days to arrive? You, how many days? (We are all two days.) Two days. (Two days.) Two days, or three, four days. Starting from two days, come here. Slowly. Don’t be jealous. They come from so far away. We should treat them better. Come here, the two days. Only two, three and four days can come here. Come over here, understand? Don’t push. Don’t fool me. Don’t fool me. Come here. (Thank You, Master.) Each gets a little. OK? (I love You.) I love you. (Master, I love You.) Love you, love you. Come up. Come up. First. (Master, I love You.) Oh! So many people. It takes two or three days to be able to arrive. Really? (Yes.) Let’s check ID. OK. Let’s check. Sorry. Sorry you guys, watch your feet. Watch everything that you have. I am not responsible. Yeah, come here. Come closer. Closer. Come up. Sorry, my stage is small. It’s OK to come up. Come up if you can, because I can’t reach that far. OK. Take whatever you can get. (Master, how are You?) Come. Here, mom. (Master, how are You?) Come. Just a few per person. Don’t take all. If you have extra, give to the neighbors. I am not a supermarket. You already took six bags. This place is not a supermarket. I cannot have everything. There. (Hallo, Master!) Yeah, hallo! Where are you from? So far. The old mom doesn’t have it. You have got it. Come, mom. (Thank You, Master.) Give her a little more. OK? Don’t take. (Thank You, Master. It’s the first time. Thank You, Master. I took already.) No problem. Not too many people. Stay, and have more look. Come. (Thank You.) I love you. Come. (I love You too.) Don’t push, don’t push. I will give. (Master, love You.) Love you. Don’t push. (Master, I haven’t seen You for 11 years.) Eleven years? (Yes. I have it already.) You have it? (Thank You, thank You.) Slowly. (Master.) I will throw if I can’t reach. OK? If it’s too far. Come. I will throw. Each person takes a few. OK? (OK.) One or two pieces is enough. (OK.) It’s not that the more you take the more love you have. It’s not like that. The ones in the front contrarily can’t get any? (I want to present this to someone.) (Master, I haven’t gotten one yet.) (My husband.) Your husband and mom don’t have it. (Thank You.) No old people? (Yes.) (Oh! Thank You! So many.) Whoever doesn’t have, raise your hand. No, not you. Whoever hasn’t taken it, raise your hand. (We all have it.) Mom, the red one. (Thank You, Master.) Does everyone have it? (We all have it.) (I don’t have it.) Here you are again. Wife. (For my husband.) You are married to him, not me. Why should I care about your husband? It’s her husband, not mine. (Thank You, Master.) (This one.) Whoever still doesn’t have, raise your hand. She hasn’t got it yet. You already have it. Slowly. Of course, you want 20. I know it. There are also the villagers. The villagers and the town residents, right? Whoever doesn’t have, raise your hand. Whoever doesn’t have on this side, raise your hand first. (Thank You.) You don’t have it here? The ones who haven’t taken first. (Thank You.) You have so little. Too little, raise your hand. A little symbolically. You will not be tired of eating it. (Never tired of eating.) Come. Don’t have? OK? You don’t have? (I do.) Then why do you raise your hand? (Master, I have.) If you don’t have, raise your hand. You don’t have? (I do.) Only the ones who really don’t have. (We all have.) The one behind. OK. Enough. Everybody has already. No, no! (Thank You, Master.) Sit down, OK? Sit further, or we won’t have enough space. Sit further back. You Dharma guards step aside. Dharma guards step aside. You Dharma guards step aside. Sit further back. This way it’s more spacious. Sit further back, so it’s more spacious. The elders sit up here. Take this away for now. Otherwise it’s not enough for them. All elders come up. Those seniors, come up. The seniors come up first. Sit, sit. Come over. Come up. Sit. Sit down. OK? Yes? (Yes.) Old mom. Please sit. Don’t kneel. OK? Sit. No problem. Don’t worry about the shoes. It’s just the floor, and it can be wiped later. She has nothing? She didn’t get it? (I have.) You do? Please sit. OK. It’s OK. Grandma doesn’t have it? (Yeah.) OK. Then please sit back a little bit. (OK.) Take these away, OK? Dharma guards, please. Let them sit. We can take care of it later. Please sit, mom. Mom, sit here. The one in green and red, sit there. Come over here. OK. Oh! How many days haven’t you washed your clothes? I can smell it. It’s not because of soap, right? Old mom, please sit down. The best place is for you. Please sit. Don’t worry about the shoes. Put the shoes on. I also put them on. Too cold. Put them on. Do you have earphone? (Yes.) Be prepared, because sometimes I may speak English. Do you have an urgent question? (No.) No. That’s good. (Long live Master! I wish You live 10,000 years.) Thank you, I don’t want to live that long. A hundred years is long enough. 10,000 years is too long. Do you want? You are so old and still come. So far away and you still dare. (It’s not easy.) Easy? (Every time I wanted to come but couldn’t make it. I wanted to see You but couldn’t.) You couldn’t see. (Finally I see You this time.) You dare to come from that far. (Master, I saw You in Thailand in 2006. That time I was far, far away. For more than ten years, I have always wished to see You from close distance. Today my wish has come true. Thank You. I am very touched.) You are welcome. Don’t start to cry. They all will. If they start to cry, trouble comes. I don’t have enough... (Thank You, Master.) Here. You are welcome. Coughing? Anyone coughing? (I cough a little bit.) A little bit. Even if you didn’t, you might start to cough. (There is another one who is a renunciate. She is a renunciate.) A renunciate? (She is a Taoist renunciate.) A renunciate? Oh! (Since following You, I have stopped being a renunciate.) Stopped? Don’t do that. Continue to be a renunciate. (Thank You, Master.) OK. Come. Give to that dad. A renunciate. No. You are not a renunciate. If you shave your head, I will give to you. OK. That’s all. Look at me more. OK? Can you ever see me enough? No more space. OK? Is it close enough? (Enough.) (It’s close enough. Thank You, Master.) It’s better than nothing, right? Take it to that crying person in the back. (I can close my eyes when I die.) What about dying? Don’t die. (My wish is fulfilled.) Your wish is fulfilled before death. I thought you came here to die. Please don’t. (I am content. And I am OK.) My God! OK now? (I am content. Thank You, Master.) OK. Good. (Can I prostrate before Your feet? I want to kowtow at Your feet.) What for? No. (Let me kowtow at Your feet.) Please don’t. You are so old. It will hurt when you squat down. Please don’t. (It won’t hurt.) No need for external gesture. OK? Respect in the heart will be enough. All our love is in the heart. Don’t bother. No need to prostrate, kowtow, or things like that. (Master, please take care.) (Thank You, Master.) (Master, please take care.) I will take care. You take care too. (Master, please take care.) Can never finish touching. Please forgive me. Can never finish touching. (Thank You, Master.) (It’s good.) Just the elders, OK? I will touch the old people in the front. Too many people, can’t touch you all. OK. Good. (Thank You, Master.) (Hi Master!) Hi! (Master, we feel very much content now.) Oh, yes. Thank you. (Thank You.) Can’t finish touching. If I continue, you will push too hard. It’s too hard. Don’t. Thank you. Oh, my God! No external gestures. OK? (OK.) It’s OK if we know it in the heart. It’s OK if all of you practice well. (Thank You, Master.) Are you initiated? No. You are? Why did they give you such a funny…? (I was moving house. I was moving house in Australia. I misplaced it somewhere.) You lost it. (Not lost, just misplaced.) Misplaced somewhere. Is your new house better for you? (It is much better. Yes, Master.) Where did you move from? And where to? (I was living down on the New South Wales coast. And now I moved to the Gold Coast.) Gold Coast. (Yes. In Australia.) For gold? (Not for gold, Master.) Of course. OK, love. Then you could sit together with them. You follow them (Yes.) so that you don’t get lost, because it’s the first time you came here. You show him everywhere, you guys. (Yes.) The men, not the women. I’m worried where you want to show him. We have a couple of men here, it’s all right. Just so that people don’t misunderstand us. Anyway, there’s some problem in the world, you know that. Because we are different. Some like men, some like women, and this is where the problem begins. If we all don’t have men, then we don’t have a lot of trouble. Some have trouble, right? And if we don’t have women, the men would also have more peace. Sorry about that. But sometimes you cannot choose. Really. Before, I had big dogs, so I preferred men. They can drive car. They love driving! They love machines, any kind! So driving is their stuff. And I also like them because my dogs are big, so they can carry them to the car, carry them from the vet. Sometimes when they are sick or they cannot walk, or when they’re older. But then we have some problems also, with men, because people would think why I have so many men swarming around. I don’t know why, either. Ask my dogs. And then later, also sometimes jealousy so I say, “OK, you choose women, better, less trouble.” But then I have another problem. You never know who’s a real woman or just 50-50, or even 100%, the other way around. You know what I mean? You never know. So the outside doesn’t really matter too much. It’s the inside. Oh, my dog is here? I brought him down and I forgot. There’s no chance to come, baby! No chance! He is big. Oh, my God. There’s no place here, Good Love! You can go back home if you want. If he makes trouble and if you don’t want to stay, you can bring him back home. If you can control him, it’s OK. Go bring him some water, drink. If you want to go home, take him home. Normally can, but today he can only sit here, but I don’t think it’s a very good idea. I didn’t know women can also become jealous with each other. Because the 50-50 problem. You understand or not? I don’t know any more nowaday who is who. I don’t know who’s 50, who’s 100. So I just close my eyes. Whatever! I don’t want to see anything, I don’t want to know. As long as they don’t bother me. We have some problem, because of sometimes competitiveness, or sometimes jealousy. So it doesn’t mean if you have a lot of men around you, then you’re OK, then you have no problem. They also can be jealous of each other, for no reason. Funny! And if you have women all around, with me as a woman, it’s not necessarily that you have peace. Sorry, monk. Do you want to come up? Forget about it. Sit there with the boys. Don’t push him. Understand? He is a monk, so keep your distance. Be respectful and keep your distance. Five meters is the best. It’s not even five inches on this side. Look. Recite Buddhas’ names, and it will be fine. That nun should also recite Buddhas’ names. Then it will be fine. OK.
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2021-08-05   3121 Преглед
Между Учителя и учениците
2021-08-05

Правителствата трябва да поддържат морала и достойнството, част 1 от 3

00:32:31

Правителствата трябва да поддържат морала и достойнството, част 1 от 3

“We are having shortages of food at present due to the climate, COVID and tons of other reasons. So let them contribute, not burden their countrymen and make bad examples for others, especially for the youth!” Host: During a work-related phone call with a Supreme Master Television team member on July 27, 2021, Supreme Master Ching Hai graciously took time to answer some questions regarding a few current events. As it was spontaneous, we didn’t record the conversation properly. Thus, it is not suitable for airing. We sincerely apologize and offer our respected viewers this summary, along with a voice-over reading of the transcribable parts from Master’s replies, picked up faintly in some parts by a nearby mobile phone. VO: Upon being asked how She has been doing, Master said that She was OK but very busy, taking care of many things every day: not just Supreme Master Television, but also numerous other matters and issues, ranging from businesses to people’s varied temperaments. Master said that even with the pandemic which also affects Her ventures’ income, a lot of funds are still being given out by Her all the time, and there are many monthly and other expenses that need to be taken care of. Master is living alone and very simply, at present in a 2 by 4 meter room. It is a space that would be sufficient in case She needed to take care of Her dogs. (Her desk is the same as how we saw it before, with all the cables and wires running all over it!) She also mentioned that it was encouraging for Her to hear some good news from around the world. For example, the Northern and Southern parts of Korea have taken peaceful, positive steps by resuming communication and agreeing to improve ties. Also, some rich patrons invested in a new vegan production company, plus vegan food and the vegan trend are growing so fast! Master then asked if there were any other questions. Q(m): Yes, there are. In California, a law called Proposition 47 requires some certain serious crimes to be charged as less serious ones, with the consequence that criminals are openly committing acts of theft without fear of prosecution. For example, one would have to steal over US$950 of goods from a store to commit a felony and thus have the police be interested in arresting the suspect. Below this amount, it is a misdemeanor and not considered worth the time of the police and prosecutors to arrest and convict the individual. What does Master think of this law? VO: Master answered that even misdemeanors, meaning minor crimes like theft, are unlawful, and could lead to worse, more serious felonies. (Investigators say Joseph Espinoza and his accomplices pulled up in an SUV, trying to rob Nick and his friend as they stood outside, before Espinoza allegedly fired several shots.) (He was shot in the back of the head, running away.) (Just hours before the deadly shooting, Fresno Police say officers found Espinoza and his friend, Jose Figueroa, in a room at Motel 6 on North Blackstone. They arrested Figueroa on gun charges and found methamphetamine on Espinoza.) (But instead of being booked into jail for a felony, under Proposition 47, he was issued a misdemeanor citation for that charge.) (Prop 47 did kill my son.) VO: Thus, governments should not be encouraging lawless behavior, which might cause other states’ or countries’ people to think that misdemeanors are acceptable. Also, after the California law was implemented, many small businesses and people have suffered from an increase in thefts; in some worse cases, businesses were forced to close, maybe due to fear of attack, and loss of income. Master said this is not right and so She does not agree with this law. In Master’s words: “… They take anything they want and run out. (Yes.) Just like that. That is not a good example for anybody. (No.) Especially for the children. You see that. (That’s right.) Maybe the prison is full, but they can build another kind of prison. (Yes.) Don’t have to keep moving them to the extremist prison. They can build a more simple prison for the very light kind of misdemeanors, they call it, right? (Yes, misdemeanor.) And then make a job in there, create a business to sell, to give them work. (Yes.) … (Yes, that’s right.) Make kind of a company, and all the misdemeanor people have to work there to earn their keep.” (Yes.) (We take the freedom from them, but when they are here, we try to help them, to get better citizens.) (Inmates have a normal work week, giving them routine and responsibilities. Training to be car mechanics, and graphic designers in a state-of-the-art studio.) (From the City Hall, we’re getting jobs from them.) (Learning skills like restaurant prep (where they’re trusted to handle knives) can help them get jobs on the outside.) (Before, I’d think more like a criminal. But now I start to think more like a normal guy.) In Master’s words: “They cannot, just because the prison is full, tell people to go out and steal. That is against society’s principle. That will lower people’s dignity, and create a chaotic, unsafe living environment. You cannot just live freely, stealing people’s property like that. And then in the meantime, you are even defunding the police, telling people to not buy guns and all that. No wonder crimes soared up. Because it is all contradictory. The business owners have to pay taxes, have to pay their employees, employees’ insurance, bonuses, vacations, etc. (Right.) They also have their families, children to take care of too! They must pay for all kinds of insurance, mortgages, school fees, and hundreds of other things. The government is responsible for the poor, not shoving this burden to private citizens, who already contribute for this through tax payment! How can they live being robbed anytime without protection from the police and authorities!? (Yes.) On top of that, they are not allowed to have guns for defense. (Not that I support guns, but the poor hapless people will be forced to resort to this means of defense, thus create a more beyond-control violent society!!!) It’s absolutely against logic, morals and any society’s safety standard. I hope they will change this harmful law! I mean, people have to survive. (Yes.) I mean the good people, the hardworking kind. (That’s right.) The backbone of society… Shop owners risking their capital to open a business, they must earn their money. And if the shop’s items are always being stolen like that, the business will be out, then consequently the employees, the good kind of people, will be fired. And then he has no money, and then what to do? Copy that thief. (Yes.) Maybe because they have no job. Or maybe because they say, ‘Oh, what the heck, why not?’ (Yes.) They work very hard. And that guy who does nothing, can come in and take everything he likes. ‘Why the heck I don’t do the same?’ See what I’m saying? (That’s right.) It’s a very bad, bad, bad example. Don’t you think so?” (I agree, I mean it creates like a ripple effect.) “Yeah!” (If one person does it, the others think, “Ah, it’s OK.” And this is not good.) “Sure! Even in Europe they saw all of that.” (Yes.) “It has this very bad reputation, for whatever county of the United States, or state, or country. You cannot teach people to be immoral and bad, and then expect the whole nation to be safe and sound! Especially the USA, the country that people look up to! Imagine being called the country of thieves! What an ‘honorable’ name for its citizens! (Yes.) Suppose the thieves came into any of these lawmakers’ homes. I don’t think the lawmakers would be welcoming and say, ‘OK, take my daughter’s bicycle, take my son’s computer. (Right.) Take my best suit. Help yourself, take anything you want, they’re less than US$950.’ I don’t think any of these lawmakers would do that. (No.) It’s not just about the stolen goods, but about how long can any shop owner keep their cool over this. And then one day, he might lose it. And then there will be more violence. It’s about people’s peace and people’s lives. Can you see that clearly?” (Yes.) How long can any shop owner afford it? Without businesses, there will be no taxes for the government to exist. So the Proposition 47 law is just like biting the hands that feed them.” (Mr. Lý is the manager at the Mobile Mart on Union and 19th Street downtown. He also dabbles in criminal art, with a portrait of shoplifters on his wall. But he says it’s gotten much worse the past two years.) (We just caught another one!) (Like when? Today?) (Yeah, about 10 minutes ago.) (He has dozens of video clips of people trying to slip items into their pockets and pants. However, Mr. Lý believes he’s only catching about 20% of them.) (How often do people come in and create problems in the store?) (Every day. Every single day.) (It’s not an exaggeration. While the interview was underway, customers were filling their pockets with merchandise and just walking out of the store.) (Is shoplifting an issue?) (Oh, yeah. They decriminalized petty theft in California. So, it happens every few minutes. Literally in our store, probably 15-20 times a day.) (20 times a day?) (Oh, yeah.) (Businesses say rampant and brazen thefts, many tied to larger criminal fencing operations, are escalating at a rate they’ve never seen before, people walking out of big and small stores with whatever they want.) (That Walgreens over there got marked as a store that you could walk in and steal stuff.) In Master’s words: “And another thing: American people are well known for their generosity and giving charity. It is even reported that America donated the most for charity causes throughout the world. It’s one thing to give voluntarily with love. But it’s another thing to be robbed and just stand by helplessly like that. (Yes.) This really is abuse. And the people who come in to steal, how do we know they are poor and needy? They may not be. Because the police don’t check, nobody dares to check them. They are lawfully criminal… (Right.) Lawmakers live in safety and comfort anyway; completely different from ordinary, working-class people. They just want to have a good guy name, and they want to forget the poor like this. They are eating well and don’t really care. And then the youth will think all this thieving is OK (Yes.): ‘I don’t need to work extra to buy that CD, when I can just go in and take anything from a store. Nobody will do anything. They will just film me, but they won’t do anything about it.’ (Yes.) If this law continues, the shop owner won’t have any more income, he’ll become poor – and then what? Become a thief. And that breeds one more thief in society. Even in a communist society, the government tells people not to go out and steal, to not just take from others like that. The communists don’t do that. (That’s right.) With this kind of law, society will go down. Some people just don’t want to work and have to pay for things. Then the shop owner will be forced to close shop and maybe forced into stealing, adding one more thief to society, because of this kind of law.” (Walgreens has already closed some stores in San Francisco, citing theft problems, and last week, confirmed it’s closing another location in Oakland due to ongoing organized retail crime.) In Master’s words: “I told you I will not mince my words anymore. People have to know. Even if America is rotten, I say this for the rest of the world. Look at the church, the Roman Catholic Church, how nobody said anything and they covered up all the abuse. Children were killed. (Yes.) Everywhere, from the church to the government, they are rotten. They’re working for Satan. I tell you I am an angry Master. I’m an angry vegan Master. This law will just breed more violence. People today will steal things for US$900, and then tomorrow it will be more, US$2,000. There will never be an end to people’s greed if you just let them loose like that. Normally, people will not think of stealing. If it is so easy just to go into any store and take things like that, then there is no use of opening shop anymore. (Right.) It’s too tempting for even the good ones. In the long run, the whole nation will be encouraged to be thieves because it’s too easy to get things for free and not have to work. Since more than a year especially, already the people in America have to suffer, because of arson, because of burning houses, because of looting businesses from big shot-encouraged protesters.” (People will do what they do.) (Oh, my!) (I don’t think that’s fair for us because we are small business owners.) (The store was broken into two more times. Each time, Williams had to come out of his own pocket to restock.) (A lot of my own people say, “Oh, she ain’t to worry about that, she’s got insurance.” People don't know how insurance works. I haven’t got paid for insurance yet.) (In some cases, buildings were burned, never to reopen, or remain boarded up months later while owners try to recoup their losses.) (So far, I think we’ve lost about ten businesses.) (I’d never seen violence like that before. They ended up pulling my mom out of the car and they attacked her, and they broke her leg, and they broke her nose.) (It’s not clear if her parents will ever feel safe enough to reopen their humble neighborhood shop.) In Master’s words: “Because of COVID-19, many businesses had to close already. And then if they have to suffer like this, it is truly… I don’t know if anybody dares to open a business anymore. Then where will we go to buy our stuff? We have to respect business people, shop owners. For all their hard work, for our convenience.” (Yes, that’s right.) … They should solve the economic problem, not just avoid the crowded prisons or playing the good guy, caring not about how hard-working taxpayers must face hardship, danger daily, fending for themselves in a fearful, lawless country. Make other prisons different from them. Let them all work there and work in the garden. (Yes.) Even plant vegetables, make an organic farm. Plant, and sell. (Yes.) And enjoy. We are having shortages of food at present due to the climate, COVID and tons of other reasons. So let them contribute, not burden their countrymen and make bad examples for others, especially for the youth!” (In Finland, many detainees are sent to low-security facilities, where they interact with the local community, have jobs, and prepare a smooth return to society.) (About one-third of the prisoners work outside for the National Forestry Commission. Others work in civilian jobs as long as they have authorization. And the rest work here, on-site.) (Part of that site is the prison farm.) (Do you think a prison like this will stop you (from) committing crime in the future?) (Oh, yeah! It’s good, the system here is good because they treat you differently. They want you to be a better person for the future. So they give you an opportunity.) (Every indicator shows that, yes, it works better.) (With some of the lowest rates of crime and incarceration in Europe, prison reformers often look to Finland as an example.) (The food produced here actually goes back in to feed inmates and can feed staff. And the inmates are actually doing the work too. They’re doing all the hard work out here.) (Corrections officials believe this farm is a great training ground for inmates, who may pursue agricultural work after their release. Also, between crop production and a composting project, this facility saves taxpayers about US$400,000 a year.) In Master’s words: “No meat. Right now, especially right now. We should not. It will be something to be proud of, that will keep their dignity. (Yes, of course.) Nobody will treat them like they’re bad, a thief, and shunning them like a plague, an infecting virus, (Right.) like a problem. And they will be good if getting help that way.”
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2021-08-06   3786 Преглед
Между Учителя и учениците
2021-08-06

Правителствата трябва да поддържат морала и достойнството, част 2 от 3

00:26:32

Правителствата трябва да поддържат морала и достойнството, част 2 от 3

“Well, I haven’t seen any other president in the world so hated and so bullied and so cornered as President Trump. Even if I were a Democrat, for moral correctness, I would feel sorry for Trump. Because President Trump is for peace, never incites violence. (Yes, that’s right.) Contrarily, many Democrats encourage unrest, and defund the police, which is the people’s protector. (Yes.)” In Master’s words: “Long ago, I read a story. There was a thief, and he became a killer. Because of the situation, that forced him to kill. And then he became a murderer, (Yes.) from a small thief he graduated to robbing and murder. And then he had to be executed. On the day of his execution, he asked permission to see his mother. So they brought the mother. Because the mother is already there in the crowd; they always jump in to see the execution. (Yes.) But when he saw his mother, he hugged her, and bit off her ears. Oh, and it was bloody all over! (Whoa!) The people asked him, ‘But why? Why did you do that? Why did you do such things to your mother?’ (Yeah.) So he said to them, ‘She is the real criminal, not I, because she taught me to be the way I am right now. (Yes.) Because when I was a child, I borrowed a pen from my classmate, because I lost my pen…’” VO: Master explained that when the criminal was a boy, he came home from school one day with a pen. But the next day, he no longer had it. His mother asked him why, and the boy replied that he had returned the pen to the classmate who had lent it to him. In Master’s words: “And then the mother said, ‘Why did you have to really return it? You should keep it. And if he wants it back, you can just yell at him or beat him up.’ The boy was vulnerable, and he did just that. And later, it became like a habit. (A habit, yes.) And further down, more and more and more, he became a very professional thief. (Yes.) And then later, he wanted more. His mother encouraged him. He became more and more a thief. (That’s right.) And then he got caught by the police. So he said, ‘My mother is why I became the way I am right now.’ You see what I’m saying? (Yes.) Thief, robber, and then murderer. It’s not far off. (Right.) Yeah, possible.” VO: Thus, Master said that lawless deeds should not be encouraged in any country. The security and wellness of its citizens rest with the government of that country, that’s what they are selected for, not to harm their country and citizens by any way, by the consequences of their neglect to make correct laws. In Master’s words: “Number one, it lowers the dignity of human beings. Also, it makes a very bad example for other people. And then that society may be OK now, but it will get worse and worse. There will be no principles. It will be hard to govern, hard to maintain peace and order, and the authorities and a bad society will be a sore in the eyes of the whole world! What will become of such a nation, when citizens become eventually degraded into criminals, losing all dignity and morals!!! Oh dear! (Yes.) What next?” Q(m): His Excellency Donald Trump has recently spoken out against the push in the United States to allow transgender athletes into women’s sports. He feels it is wrong to allow biological males to compete, may cause an eventual end to women’s sports, and violates federal laws protecting women’s rights. Mr. Trump is upset that the Biden administration has withdrawn support for a lawsuit seeking to disallow transgender athletes from competing in women’s sports, as while in office his administration supported it. How does Master feel about transgender athletes participating in women’s sports? Is it appropriate? In Master’s words: “Not really. Because these transgender people are strong, they’re like men. (Yes.) Stronger and bigger. You see?” (Yes.) VO: Master explained that it is not fair if transgender females compete in women’s sports, because they are built differently. (Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood, dominating the competition at the girls’ track and field championships in Connecticut earlier this month. Coming in first and second place respectively. Their wins are making national headlines, not because of what they did, but because of who they are: two transgender girls.) (In the ’70s and ’80s, we had the East German system, where female athletes were filled full of testosterone, and it made them unbeatable. So, for nearly a whole generation, the East German women totally dominated in almost all female sports at the Olympic and world level.) VO: Master also suggested that sports competitions could have a transgender category. In Master’s words: “Can make a different section. (That’s right.) It’s very unfair already. Feels not good already, not to talk about fight with a weaker woman. Different in nature, already smaller in stature. You see what I’m saying? (Yes.) Women sports should be only for women. That’s why they’re called women sports. (Yes.) Or if the trans people want to be sportive, why don’t they create it for trans? (Yes.) Just like we have Paralympics for handicapped people. (Yes, that’s right.) Also like teen sports. It’s for teens only. (Yes.) And if it’s teen sports, but they bring in all the fathers inside, it’s not cool, is it? (No. That’s right.) It’s not correct, OK? (Yes.) Trump is right, because he can see better. It’s so simple like that. Any other questions?” Q(m): Thank You. Yes. The United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has created a special committee of House members to investigate the January 6, 2021 protest incident at the US Capitol. Republicans have generally opposed the committee’s formation, and Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has criticized the committee’s membership, as none of his picks for the committee were selected by Ms. Pelosi. Ms. Pelosi has chosen two Republicans as committee members, Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger. In Master’s words: “Oh, yeah, against Trump. (Yes.) They wanted to impeach him.” Q(m): Right. However, as You said, both voted in favor of impeaching His Excellency Donald Trump after the incident. The other seven committee members are Democrats. (“Ah.”) What does Master think of the formation of this committee? In Master’s words: “What a surprise! I am surprised. Surprised that in a very supposed-to-be just and democratic society, it’s a one-sided kind of judgment. (Yes.) Just say, even a normal citizen, when he committed something wrong, they have a fair court. (Yes.) And if they don’t even have money to hire a lawyer, the government even offers a lawyer for him or her. That was like that in America. (Yes.) But in President Trump’s case, it’s completely different, completely opposite to democracy. Without any lawyers, police even. (Yes.) In his old age, without friends, he could not bear. You can see already. Why bother making a committee? (Yes.) Just to write it all down, ‘He’s all guilty, he’s bad…’ Whatever. Like they have been saying all these years already. They even criticize, they call him bad names. They even call him bad names by his skin color or his hair or weight or whatever. Oh, it’s a terrible example of society. (Yes, Master.) They don’t even respect his constitutional position as head of state. He’s one of the elected, legally, fairly, correctly. (Yes.) It’s not a fair trial, you can see it already. (Right.) What’s the use of the trouble of making a committee? (Yes.) Just to make themselves a laughing stock again for the global elites? It was the Speaker of the House, she refused and neglected to provide extra security on that day, though she had been reminded by President Trump and warned by others. And now they blame Trump. All blaming him. It’s not fair. And the Democrats make a bad reputation for themselves, with witch-hunting tactics like this. Everybody can see it’s one-sided and unfair. They accuse him of anything they want because it’s only one-sided. There is nobody there to defend him or point out the opposite truth or anything at all. (Right.) Why bother with a committee? Just write it all down, whatever they want to accuse him of, and be done with it. (Yes.) Why waste money, time, and tax payment for nothing? For what? They just want to distract. You see what I’m saying? (Yes.) Because the next election for president is coming in four years. (Yes.) So they just want to keep it going on like that, so that President Trump and the Republicans will be distracted, busy and with less high morale for the election, dragging his reputation further down. You know, for voting season! (Yes.) Also, they want to unite their party members against one common so-called “enemy,” with the intention to cover up their failures internally as well as internationally. As they were not too successful with COVID, with vaccines, with the illegal immigrants mess, with the press critics of President Biden’s speech, with surging crime, inflation, etc. And failure to secure respect and dialogue from global leaders like with Russia, China, Iran, North Korea and so on. (Right.) Honestly, they are doing themselves a discredit, the Democrats, and the disloyal Republicans, too obviously like personal hatred. One doesn’t have to be very wise to see it! (Yes.) Well, I haven’t seen any other president in the world so hated and so bullied and so cornered as President Trump. Even if I were a Democrat, for moral correctness, I would feel sorry for Trump. Because President Trump is for peace, never incites violence. (Yes, that’s right.) Contrarily, many Democrats encourage unrest, and defund the police, which is the people’s protector. (Yes.) Even after so much bloody, fierce civil battle, shop looting, death, business burning by the demonstrators, still some important, influential Democrats have been openly bailing inmates out for more, or telling them that there should be more unrest, or encouraged more trouble, further damaging the country’s economy in the pandemic time, when these kinds of speeches and deeds are dangerous, as they would fuel more violence and bloodshed, as they evidently did. (Right.) People are already in boiling water by COVID-19, losing lives, losing livelihoods. Such irresponsibility should be under control, at least outwardly, to show some caring sympathy for co-citizens. But they didn’t care how simple people had to deal with all this. Only when they perceive some threatened situation, then all hell gets loose, and it’s dragged on and on. (Yes.) And all the above people are those who are condemning Trump before and continue to try further to crucify him, to blemish his good name again and again. While Americans are still reeling in the pandemic, and financial struggles, plus so many disasters! What a party the Democrats have turned themselves into!”
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“More than an English gentleman. (Yes.) He was American, but truly a gentleman. Especially in the war, even. (Yes.) And he had the heart of a saint, not like a bloodthirsty murderer. (Yes, that’s right.) He did not want warring. He sought peace only.” (Yes.) VO: The conversation about the United States reminded Master about the recent show on Supreme Master Television about the first United States President, His Excellency George Washington. (Yes. George Washington.) In Master’s words: “He wanted to make a great country of the United States of America, tried to make it a great country. (Yes.) Make it become what it is today. A free country as America is, it would make me want to become an American citizen. Brave country.” VO: When Master was sent the program about President Washington for perusal, She had such a nostalgic feeling. In Master’s words: “I’m thinking to become an American citizen. Feels like my own race. (Yes.) He (George Washington) treated his enemy with love, you know, and respect. Oh, and that touched me a lot. That’s why I love the country so much. Even just the clip that you have… I felt, I don’t know, in tears I just watched it again and again. It’s something I cannot explain. (Yes.) And then, I just wanted to become an American citizen to safeguard Her (America), from whoever tries to hurt Her. As if shielding a child from any bully! No! Seriously I was kind of taking sides, feeling sorry for the Americans, siding with President Washington, siding with the Americans. But consider my age already, what am I to do? Just had a strong kind of desire at that time, while watching. (Right. Yes.) And it still keeps lingering. (Wow.) But I probably won’t do it, what for would I do it? I was made Honorary Citizen, already many times. (Yes.) I feel a strong connection to that country. I should be an American citizen. I just feel like that. But, you know, the bureaucracy… Because on Earth, I’m 70 already. 70-plus on Earth’s calendar. But I felt I wanted to become an American citizen. (Yes.) (Oh, thank You.) Thank You for what? You are not American.” Q(m): No, I’m not. But for sharing Your sentiment. It’s nice. In Master’s words: “I watched that and I hated all the warring, that causes so much suffering. (Yeah.) That’s why I hate it. Why did the English, at that time, have to go all the way to America, far away from their country, just to fight? The Americans, they prepared also the settlement, came to the frontier, they tried to build up their country. (Yes.) And that had nothing to do with England. (That’s right.) The English went over there and made bloodshed. (Yes.) Against people like Washington. He protected his enemy’s dog like his own, and as a courtesy, made a ceasefire so that he could send his soldiers to return the dog. (Wow.) To his enemy general. (Yes.) Yeah. If talking about English gentlemen, he (Washington) could be more than that.” (Correct, that’s right.) “More than an English gentleman. (Yes.) He was American, but truly a gentleman. Especially in the war, even. (Yes.) And he had the heart of a saint, not like a bloodthirsty murderer. (Yes, that’s right.) He did not want warring. He sought peace only.” (Yes.) VO: Master watched and rewatched the clip about President Washington and the part of the President returning the dog to the enemy general, and said that She didn’t understand why people would make war with one another. In Master’s words: “Any more questions?” Q(m): No more questions. But we have some good news. There is a minister in Spain, His Excellency Alberto Garzón, who posted on his Twitter account a message similar to what we say. He also posted a video explaining why meat is the issue, and he’s urging his co-citizens to eat less meat. “Our health and that of our families are at stake. The excessive consumption of meat harms our health and also the planet.” VO: Very pleased with this news, Master mentioned that for his courage to speak the truth, She would present a Shining World Brave Leadership Award to Minister Alberto Garzón, with “love, love, love.” Q(m): Just another good news, one more. American billionaire Jeff Bezos has recently invested in Nature’s Fynd of Chicago, USA. Other investors include Bill Gates and Al Gore. The company uses a fungus to produce protein for its alternative meat and dairy products (“Ah, vegan.”) that are vegan. In Master’s words: “Wow. Bravo. Good boy! (Yes.) Good, wise investment of money. Good to create jobs like that. (Yes.) Still better than nothing already. (Yes.) My God, they’re all grown up already. There’s all the evidence from the scientific reports. It’s so obvious that meat is the problem on our planet. It causes all the pandemics, all the trouble, war, suffering.” (Yes.) VO: Related to the current trend of support for vegan proteins, Master noted that it is better to invest money in this way that takes care of our Earth, rather than investing it on escaping to other planets. We should take care of our world first. Master admitted that She would also like to escape sometimes, but She is here to help alleviate the suffering of all beings on this planet. So She marches on! Q(m): And then just further on that, the company later in 2021 intends to sell meat-free breakfast patties and dairy-free cream cheese. They’re also working on creating vegan burgers, chicken-less nuggets, and dairy-free yogurt. And he (Jeff Bezos) is also an investor in a venture capital entity founded by Bill Gates that recently invested in Nobell Foods, that makes vegan cheese. They plan to release vegan mozzarella and vegan cheddar cheese by end of 2022. VO: Master replied that all the talk about vegan cheese was making Her wish for some, saying, “Yum yum!” She also mentioned that before, She did not know about the animal cruelty that was involved in the dairy industry. A discussion followed about the nice varieties of vegan cheese products available nowadays. Master recalled that when She was in Europe, it was so easy to get vegan products everywhere in the supermarkets, and that the taste and quality were so good. In Master’s words: “In Europe, they have beautiful French bread, with all kinds of different vegan cheese. Tastes so delicious. The vegan cheese, (Yes.) and vegan beef, vegan chicken, vegan whatever. Oh delicious, huh? (Right.) Just right next door. Because in some countries, you have to order from far away.” (Yes.) VO: When Master recently tried some vegan blue cheese that was shipped from America, She really enjoyed its authentic flavor. In the country where She is staying at the moment, quality vegan cheese has to be imported. Master mentioned that it would be good if more companies locally produced vegan food products. Then people would not have to go through the trouble of having items shipped from overseas and in containers that require ice blocks and packs to keep the food fresh, thus involving a lot of handling. It is also uncertain how clean the shipped products are upon arrival. Master also said that in Europe, it is so easy to get ready-made vegan snacks, like vegan meat slices that can be eaten from the package. These do not need to be cooked and can easily be added into a sandwich. As Master is so busy, She does not have time to cook at all, so it would be very convenient for Her if these kinds of products could be easily obtained like they can be in Europe. Master then shared that although She is very busy, She is also very grateful that She can continue to do Her work. But in order to do so, Master also has to take care of Herself as much as She can. Q(m): Yes. We are very grateful and glad You are able to continue. Thank You, Master, for taking care of Yourself. VO: Master further revealed: In Master’s words: “I am not able to do video calls, nor talk to a bigger group at the moment, for security reasons. It’s the karma of the world; too much killing consequence.” VO: Master expressed Her gratitude and much Love for all of the Supreme Master Television team, for all their hard work and effort. Master added that She works very hard too. Q(m): Yes. The hardest one. The work-the-hardest one. VO: Finally, after making sure that She had answered all the questions, Master asked if there was anything else. (Not at the moment.) In Master’s words: “OK.” (Thank You, Master.) “God bless.” (God bless, Master.) “OK love. Ciao, ciao.” (OK, bye-bye, Master.) “Bye-bye.” (God bless. God protect, Master.) Host: We are grateful for our Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai’s shared insights, as well as Her straightforward, loving advice for governments. May all leaders and citizens alike uphold fair and noble principles, thus helping to preserve the moral dignity of our human race. We wish Cherished Master to continue Her noble Work in peace and robust health, with the forever loyal assistance of all High Heavens.
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