The more we seek, the more we lose. A
paradox? Not at all. In this modern world, knowledge is deemed as
power and hence, the endless pursuit academic excellence and new ways of
teaching and learning. In reality, however, knowledge is not
wisdom. Skillful application of knowledge is one aspect of
wisdom. However, are we endowed with wisdom or are we good at accumulating
knowledge? Firstly, how much information can our brain store, without
failing or lapses in memory? Secondly, how soon will such knowledge be
obsolete? Therefore, the more we chase (after knowledge), the more we are
expected to lose. Every now and then, something new crops up. How
interesting, isn't it? Then, what's they key? The answer?
Harness and integrate one's knowledge for a seamless WHOLESOME
purpose. An unobstructed mind understands all things. So, what are we
waiting for? LET GO... ...
2) On "Let Babies Fall...
In short, apply the right medication in
accordance to one's illness. For that matter of fact, even if an injection
hurts, it has to be given, should the situation warrant it. Having said
that, balance it with a dosage of benevolence. Otherwise, a "fallen" baby
may bear grudges (after all, we are humans,
"Get Better or Die"
is my personal opinion. the moral of this article is: if you can get better,you
get less pain and feel more comfortable and happy. if not, death will come
naturally and end suffering for this life. which ever way, it's still
i have been sicked for 4 years, went for 3 operations and still
unwell. sometimes, i ask myself: "it's either I get better and live well, or
die". we should just try our best to be well and let karma
unfold. when a person dies, all suffering (for this life) also end. nothing
on earth is permanent, whether it is happiness or sufferings. thank you for
sharing this article.
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