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The answer to your question is inside of you. Real wisdom in life comes from doing something and failing.
When we struggle, we learn about ourselves and what we need to do to become stronger. When you start to do meditation you recognize the egotistical mind. We must be both compassionate and resilient.
Patience is a virtue. The monk always made me wait—and I dreaded this. Patience is the gift of inner calm. Detach from your ego. Happiness come from within, and also comes from outside. From that point on, it was like the monk and the merchant had become one person. Soon after that, some villagers came to help him. He gave them the wheat and he headed back to his monastery.
He felt like his soul was shattered into pieces. When he slept, he dreamed of him. The image of the dead man haunted him. The monk finally asked his teacher for advice. The monk told him that that would be impossible. He felt terribly guilty about what happened.
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The more he thought about it, the guiltier he felt. Upon seeing this, the teacher made a decision. The monk was surprised but quickly understood that perhaps that was his only way out. The teacher told him not to worry. The monk, resigned to his fate, accepted.
The teacher sharpened his sword and then asked the monk to kneel and put his head on a stone. The monk did as he was told. The teacher raised the sword over his head and the monk began to shake. He broke out into a cold sweat. He was terrified. Then, the teacher brought the sword down over his neck but stopped mere inches above his skin. Log in. Already a subscriber or registered access user? Subscription Notification.
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