A conversation with a monk


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The monk said to me, “when some­body scold­ing you, you feel angry.

That’s because you believe it’s some­thing you should be angry about.

You think he is being rude to you, you think he is scold­ing you. You made your­self believe those actions are rude and those words are bad.

But in fact, what­ever he did is just an action and what­ever he said are just some words. It is you your­self who inter­preted them as some­thing bad.

You accuse him for not respect­ing you. But can you respect him for not respect­ing you?

You can’t stop peo­ple from mov­ing or talk­ing. But you can start to believe in good than bad.

It’s the pos­i­tive thoughts that will bring you good deed.

It’s the law of attraction.”

Well, obvi­ously there are so much more I need to learn.

Chang­ing my mind­set… chang­ing my believes… wee wang wang… wee wang wang…


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CommentNo. 1

Ted7 January 201010:44 AM

wee wang wang? i pre­fer hee hee haa… some­times look­ing at a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive would be good

CommentNo. 2

Peter Yee7 January 201012:34 PM

Totally! Its all about pos­i­tive think­ing, when­ever is good or bad, you make the call.

CommentNo. 3

wong8 January 20106:38 PM

So… Matrix… 😆

CommentNo. 4

Eldy9 January 201011:46 AM

But why monk never smile ?? xD

Author’s CommentNo. 5

Den­nis9 January 20109:25 PM

The one I met is very open and keep smil­ing… we even talk about com­put­ers and iPhone… hahaha…

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