May 8, 2009

2009年5月8日有感而發 Reflection, 05082009

The truth in preaching is not the real truth. The truth one realizes by oneself is the real truth. So, it is not necessary for everyone to be a master, right? Being a master of others is superficial (the name). Being the master of oneself is essential (the reality). Therefore, the so-called masters are to help everyone become his or her own master instead of pursuing fame only. If any common person helps others become his or her own master, no matter how mediocre the common person looks, the common person is in fact a master. It is just the difference between the name and the reality. Which is more important, the name or the reality? Or are they equally important? Different people, different views.

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