All of the stories that I read to you are for you to practice. Yes, to remember, to encourage you to meditate. Not just a fun story, for you staying here, and laughing. Of course it's good that we relax while learning. But it’s serious. Relax, but serious. You must remember all that, and you must continue reading, listening, so that at home, you keep yourself in the same path, in the straight area. Keep your mind clean, and determined. Not just, okay, come here, Master reads a story, so funny, and then forget it. It's not like that. It's funny for you, so that you can digest better. But don't, don't forget.
Don't forget the example of the ancient practitioners. Don't forget your vow. When you came in, you wanted to be liberated, you wanted to become a Buddha. Maybe not now, but you want to. You want to be enlightened, to be more wise, to be wiser, to be more intelligent. So that you can help the world, you can help yourself, relatives, friends, and yourself. That's what you wanted. So continue to keep your mind on that; don't let anything distract you. You might have a marriage, you might have a husband or a wife, I say nothing. It’s just, don't forget your noble ideal, when you came for initiation.