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There are two things in life that cannot wait: To love ourselves sii to show our gratitude to our parents. To serve with a healthy body is to show our gratitude to all sentient beings. Be empathic, be considerate of others and they will be touched and think of us instead.
Jing Si Aphorisms – English
Forgive those who unintentionally hurt us. Do not be someone who is easily hurt by others. When we make changes, we are saving ourselves; when we can influence others, we are saving others.
One who is kind-hearted cannot be regarded as a good person if he has a bad temper and speak unkind words. Make a right choice and focus on it. The one with a fickle mind will always stay at the starting point and never makes the first move.
We must always reflect upon our own mistakes at a quiet time. We must not gossip while chatting with friends. One encounters difficulties and obstacles mainly because one cannot overcome petty concerns and has the tendency to compare with others. Life will be good, if we can keep a simple mind in the dealing with people; otherwise, we will be inflicted by an abundance of afflictions.
Man is constantly swayed by gain or loss. They are afflicted either because they are worried about losing what own, or that they are constantly pursuing for more. Why is life so bitter? Because our minds are confused! Life will eventually come to an end; hence, do not fret about it once we have done our best. Affliction is not created by others but by ourselves.
Hence, we must alleviate it from our own mind. One will truly understand the Dharma only after putting it into action, and not through chanting or listening to it.
Skip to content 1. Include me in doing good deeds; exclude me in evil deeds. Giving is not the privilege of the Rich; it is the privilege of the Sincere.
Jing Si Aphorism
The greatest success in life is to have courage to stand up again after a failure. Do not underestimate ourselves as man has unlimited potential. The smart one tends to be calculative; the wise one is always generous. Gain comes after giving.
Be careful and mindful when dealing with others, but do not be narrow-minded. There is no one on this earth I cannot love, trust and forgive.
It is a merit to forgive others; the more you forgive the more merits you collect. If you cannot influence others, just do your own duties well. Let us compete on who is more loving, not who is more feared. Giving vent to anger is temporary insanity. We are punishing ourselves with the mistakes of others when we get angry.
Hardships and difficulties in dealing with people and events are xphorisms kind of test.
One will gain freedom by making retreat when facing a dispute. It is easy to reflect on major mistakes, but hard to eliminate minor habits. Do not simply follow our hearts but must always educate ourselves.
Every achievement begins with a firm decision. Good hearts always beget good days. It is better to have a generous heart than a spacious dwelling.
It is better to speak less and make sure whatever you say is something good. A person who always makes s for himself can never improve.
Be willing to do and be happy to bear. Before criticizing others, think first whether we are perfect. A chipped cup still looks good when viewed from another angle. Remain soft-spoken jig forgiving, even when the reason is on your side.
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