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Auspicious Signs of the Birth of Master, Part 10 of 10, Jan. 2, 1995, Hsihu, Taiwan (Formosa)

2024-05-15
Lecture Language:English,Korean (한국어),Vietnamese (Tiếng Âu Lạc [Tiếng Việt]),Chinese (中文)
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Eat slowly. We won’t have another retreat for a long time. Does she still have a lot of experiences now? Yeah? (Many.) Many. Quan Yin Pusa comes? Quan Yin Pusa. Here. You, no? Come here. Pick up, pick up. Pick up. Go a lot (of people). Always come here, a lot of people. And I never bought anything for them. No Center, nothing. Only the first time, I rented the Center for them, and later, they took care of themselves. I think the people who take care of themselves are better than the people who I take care [of]. […]

You go tomorrow, Korea? No, huh? You go to Korea, no? My hand is small. Here. Whoa. Here. So many people go tomorrow. Really? I don’t believe it… Really? How come go so quick? Working, huh? Sometimes big, sometimes small, I don’t know why. Eat slowly. We won’t have another retreat for a long time. Does she still have a lot of experiences now? Yeah? (Many.) Many. Quan Yin Pusa comes? Quan Yin Pusa. Here. You, no? Come here. Pick up, pick up. Pick up. Go a lot (of people). Always come here, a lot of people. And I never bought anything for them. No Center, nothing. Only the first time, I rented the Center for them, and later, they took care of themselves. I think the people who take care of themselves are better than the people who I take care [of]. Goodnight.

Did the Koreans take it just now? (Yes, they all did.) They all got it? Everybody has, right? Bon voyage. You are a good liaison. Good airplane. Good shu, shu, shu, shu! Maybe… Tomorrow you go at lunchtime? Twelve o’clock? Twelve o’clock tomorrow? (One o’clock PM; 1:30 PM.) (Our flight is at 13:00 [o’clock], so we have a little more [time].) Different people, right? (Yes.) OK, OK. That’s why. Different plane, huh? (Yes, different plane.) Too many people, that’s why. OK, I wish you good luck for New Year. And good journey home. When the time comes, I will visit you in Korea, OK? I said when the time comes; I don’t know when.

Thank you for coming. Thank you for your love. What time’s now? (Six o’clock.) Six o’clock, OK. You go and take… (Master is God.) Go and take your dinner. (Be healthy, Master.) Sorry about today; it [was] not very smooth. Many different things. Because yesterday we opened the gate. Normally, (during) retreats we should not open, but too bad. We live in this world; we have to bear it. Did you translate the last one, really? (Yes.) What did you say? (We should bear this situation.) We should bear, huh? (Bear, yes.) OK, good. Goodbye. (Thank You.) Good health. Here is Korean? (Yes.) OK.

(Tomorrow.) Tomorrow? Is it tomorrow afternoon? (Morning.) (Morning.) Bon voyage, then. When are you leaving? What time? Is it very early? (They said 7 o’clock.) Is that so? How many people? No need. You can only see me when I stand up. It’s about the same with me sitting down. Fifty people? Is that all? Is everyone here? (There are more.) (Over there.) What do you want? You want more (vegan) cookies and candies? Is there a box over there? Give it to them. I’ll give it a kick like this. Bring it back to those… Some for you. And some of them don’t have… There aren’t many from Hong Kong. Look at the Koreans. Do you remember the day I returned to Hong Kong again? I went to visit the legislators. So, those poor people – they’ve been living at the Center by themselves, doing things on their own, taking care of themselves. They print books and whatnot and translate everything. They’re still doing so well, unlike those in other countries who got everything yet don’t come. Very few. They don’t do anything. Maybe Koreans are better off? Are they? Right? (Maybe their life is better.) Is it better? Life in Japan is also very good. (Of course, it’s good. They’ve got the best life.) Even better. Yes. But not many initiates come here. I stayed there too, sometimes for a long time because we have a house there.

It’s crispy. OK. You eat. (OK.) (Thank You.) Bring the leftovers home to them. How come your hair turned all gray? Or was it gray originally? (It was gray originally.) Originally gray? (I didn’t dye it here.) You didn’t dye it? Why not? (I’ll dye it when I get back.) You look younger and better when you color your hair. It seems unnatural when it’s not dyed. I didn’t know your hair was dyed. The way you did it made me think it was natural. Now that you don’t dye it, I feel it’s unnatural. I’m not used to the way you look now. (I’ll dye it when I get back.) Suddenly, her hair is all gray, like an old grandma. I used to call her Sister Wang. Now I’ll call her Grandma Wang. They’re all made of canvas. They move around whenever there’s a typhoon. How do you say it? I’m touched. Then, let’s hang on together like this. (OK.) Endure it and live on. That’s just the way it is. I don’t want to go back to Hong Kong now. Don’t wish for it, and don’t bug me inside. (We know, we know.) (I’m so grateful.) Now, the refugees are not leaving. They’re stuck there. (Two hundred something dollars.) (Over 200.) Only US$200? ($280.) No need to buy it. We have an ashram over there where I stayed for a long time. I’ll only go there if I have the chance; if not, save the money.

I’ll go and cut it now. (Cut the ribbon now.) I’ll go cut the ribbon since I’m in a good mood. (OK!) The Chinese calendar says it’s an auspicious day for ribbon cutting, for moving house, setting up an office, etc. (OK.) So I must hurry up and go cut the ribbon. OK? (OK!) I’m hungry, but let’s cut it first. Are you going home? Not yet? (No. No.) OK. OK. It’s good, then. It’s alright. Whatever. If you want to stay, stay. (See You, Master.) OK. No problem. (Bye, Master.) (Bye, Master.) When will you leave? (Tomorrow.) (I’ll go back to Âu Lạc (Vietnam) around noon.) What time tomorrow? (Tomorrow or the day after.) (Around noon.) (We plan to stay until the 7th.) OK. Then stay, it’s OK. (Yes.) No one chases you away. (Yes.) Those guys have girlfriends, so they have to go back. (I go back to work, Master.) Go to work? Go back to work already? (Yes.) Why did you say no before but now go to work? (I’m going to work in a new factory.) What do you do? (I’m new to this profession. I just started and asked for leave.) Just came in to ask for leave… (Goodbye, Master.) Goodnight, why goodbye? (Why haven’t You come back yet?) (See You, Master.) See you. You’re going home? (See You, Master.) You’re going home, right? (There are still people staying.) You can stay if you want. It’s alright. It’s also OK to stay. There are lots of those leaves. (I want to stay to sweep.) OK. (OK.) That’s all. (OK.) (See You. See You.) (See You, Master.)

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