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Between Master and Disciples

Unconditional Help and Love Is the Answer, Part 12 of 12, New Land Ashram, Taiwan (Formosa)

2023-07-31
Lecture Language:English,Korean (한국어),Chinese (中文)
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Ah, I don’t want to leave either, but I must. I have work. What can I do? (Yes. Thank You for loving us, Master.) Love you, guys. (Love You.) Thank you. Thank you for your love. Thank you. I would like to stay forever. It’s just I have work and you have work. Must go home.

Oh, it’s too tiring for you to run like that. Can we get a golf cart? Tell them to come in a golf cart. (Drive the golf cart there.) Or you drive there and pick them up. That’s it. How clever. See? “Flat Nose” is good, as always. He’s like this because he has loved me from a very young age. He has loved me dearly since he was little. “I want to see Master; I must.” He was only two years old and couldn’t say many things yet. He nagged to see me. Hey, that’s right. Because if I go over there, it’s also very tiring for you to run. You can use this cart to pick them up. (Thank You. Love You.) Thank you. (Thank You.) There are (vegan) biscuits for you later. Are you OK? (OK.) Maybe sit for a while at the back. Sit for a while. The ones kneeling… (The camera team also wants it.) If you sit over here, you can still reach over for me to speak. (It’s OK.) I feel terrible seeing you kneel.

Oh, a lot of people today. You see? Everyone is crowding together to watch the show. You’re watching the show. They won’t leave for their meals. Go eat! Go eat! They’re ignoring me. They don’t care. It’s useless. Why don’t you go to eat? Are you full? Not hungry. Not hungry, not thirsty, not tired, so not running. Cameramen? Yes? No? (They went to pick them up.) Any cameramen nearby may come over. Cameramen, come out. Cameramen, and… Ah, right, translators. Cameramen and translators, come out quickly. Then let’s walk slowly over to that side, shall we? Is that OK? (OK.) Take your time, there’s no need to rush. I’ll walk very slowly. They haven’t come out yet. I worry that if I walk too fast, you’ll get tired of running. I don’t know if I could work as a guard like you. You have to run every day like that, and also… Ah? Who? Camera? (Yes.) Careful! Only two? OK, OK. Come here, come. Thank you, thank you. What happened? Come. Translators, walk slowly. Slowly. I’m OK, I’m waiting. (Thank You.) I’ll meet them halfway. OK. Come here. Come to mama. Forget it, he’s here already. Let him be. Totally illegal.

(I’ll go and get more right away.) What are you going to get? Hey, hey. (Blessed [vegan] food.) No more. It’s enough. (New.) OK, then. Give them some. Since they’ve seen it, give it to them. Give it to them since they’re here. Let each of them take a couple. You guys take one or two, OK? Thank you. Thank you. Oh, so much. Only these few piles… only a little. OK, never mind. The rest can be left for others. Give them some over here. Take a couple yourselves. (Thank You.) (Thank You.) No more? Take the (vegan) biscuits. Didn’t you get them? (Yes, we did.) Two is OK. Just symbolic. Thank you. (Thank You, Master.) No more? Perhaps that’s all. OK, then. The old lady is leaving. (Thank You, Master.) Thank you. (Love You.) (Thank You.) (Bye-bye.) Thank you. You’ve been busy working these days. Thank you. Infinite merits. (Goodbye.)

Not tired of seeing me? (Never.) (See You.) (Hallo, Master.) (Master, I love You.) (Master, take care.) (Hallo, Master.) (Master, I love You.) (I love You. Love You.) (Love You. Love You, Master.) (Hallo, Master.) (Master.) (Master is so beautiful.) (Master.) (I love You.) (I love You.) (Love You.) Until what time are you going to look at me? Still not going to eat? Ah, I don’t want to leave either, but I must. I have work. What can I do? (Yes. Thank You for loving us, Master.) Love you, guys. (Love You.) Thank you. Thank you for your love. Thank you. I would like to stay forever. It’s just I have work and you have work. Must go home.

Oh, many people can’t see. No matter how high I sit, this is it. You’re a little taller than me, if you stand here, they all can see. Do you want to see him? He’s taller. (Master is higher.) Huh? (Master is higher.) You don’t want to see him? You’re hurting his feelings. He’s so handsome, yet you say you don’t want to see him. What do you mean? You’re being impolite. This is it. We don’t have a chair high enough. OK. Well, I wish you all good progress in your spiritual practice. (Thank You, Master.) Thank you.

Stop filming me. Every camera is filming me all the time. You should film them, not me. Have you been filming them? One camera for Master is enough. Two? Film the others so that when they watch the video at home, they’ll say, “Oh, that’s me!” Everyone is focusing on Master. You should also film other people, not just Master all the time – over here as well. They’ll be jealous. Ah, that’s right. Sit down. Yes, people can see better. People at the back can see better. Yes, sit down so everybody can see me. Ah, hurry up, or I… or else I’m leaving. I’m leaving soon. You can still see me if you sit down. Sit down. Sit. If you sit down, you can see me. If you cannot, then you cannot.

My God. What kind of people are you? What kind of people are you? Looking [at] only one person all the time and not tired? (No.) Aren’t you tired of looking at the same person, same old lady, all the time? (No!) (Never enough.) Lunatics. (Never enough.) Never enough. I knew the answer to that one! I knew it just by looking at you. OK, have a few more looks because your Master still has work to do, and you’re leaving soon, right? (Yes.) If you don’t have time to eat, just bring your steel cup and eat on the bus. (OK.) You have to eat something. Otherwise, it’ll be too late for you to cook when you get home, and your stomach won’t feel good – got it? (Yes.) If you cannot eat here because you don’t have time, you pack in your cup and eat on the bus, (OK.) because it takes many hours to go home, and you don’t have time to cook and to eat, and your stomach will make trouble. I’m afraid your stomach won’t feel good if you don’t eat your dinner on time. It will be a few hours before you get home.

Did you find it useful to meditate these few days? (Yes!) Really? (Really.) Was it the same for everyone? You’ve learned something, haven’t you? How was it useful? Tell me. One person at a time. (I’m spiritually uplifted.) Who wants to speak? (Time passed so fast, so fast.) Oh, what’s good about that? (I got into Samadhi very quickly.) Ah, you were in Samadhi, without consciousness. OK.

(Dear Master, my daughter is just 8 years old. She asked me if I come to see Master to tell Master that she misses You.) OK. (She also said: “When I’m 12 years old, I’ll come to see Master.”) OK. (She wishes Master health and peace.) Thank you. Thank you. (Thank You, Master.)

I asked you a different question. But your answer is correct. You got into Samadhi very quickly? You couldn’t get into Samadhi at home? (No, because I work a lot and it makes me tired. But I feel Master’s Blessings, and everything is OK. Every day is a miracle. Thank You, Master.) OK. (We all love You.) OK. What kind of progress did you make? What was the good of it? Tell me. Also the same? How many people feel that they meditated better here these days? Raise your hand. Wow! Then I’m happy. Spiritual practitioners don’t lie. Right? (Yes!) Good. OK. Then we should be grateful – grateful for Heaven’s Protection. We also have to be grateful to the team members, the guards, everybody, and the kitchen team for sacrificing their meditation time so that we had the opportunity to practice in peace. I’m thanking them for you. I thanked them just now. I’ve thanked them by action, not just by words. Good. OK. You must also be grateful at heart. (OK, yes.)

OK. Enough of looking. I’m leaving because they have to go home too. They also have to work tomorrow. Many people have to work. Some of the guards took extra leave from work to come here because this is… this week we… (Friday.) There were already activities starting on Friday, so we needed them – additional guards. That was why many of them took leave to come, and now they have to go home to see their wives and children or to see their girlfriends, boyfriends, or husbands. Understand? (Understand.) They also have family members. (OK.) Then Master is going. Otherwise, they can’t go home. Thank you so much. (Thank You, Master.) (Master, please take good care of Your health.) (Master, please take care of Your health.) You also have to go home. (OK.) Go home and be happy. (OK.) No matter how good things are, we still have to… (Yes.) (We’ve got to leave.) It’s not that kind of departure, not leaving for Heaven. When we go to Heaven in the future, we’ll be able to see each other every day, and we’ll never be apart, OK? (OK. Thank You.) (Thank You, Master.) (Bye-bye. See You. We love You.) (Master, I love You.) (Love You, Master.) Bye-bye. (Bye-bye.)

(Good evening, Master.) See you next time. (See You next time.) Thank you. (Thank You, Master.) (Thank You, Master. We love You.) (Master, I love You.) Love you. (Master, I love You.) (I love You.) (Master, love You.) (Master.) (Master.) (Love You.) (Master.) I’m waiting for those few people. They’re taking their time. I’m waiting for those few. Do you think they’ve seen us? Did they look at us? They seem to have come down from there. Right? (Master, there are toilets up there.) Ah, I see. OK. See you! (See You, Master. See You, Master.) I love you. (I love You.) (I love You too much.) Too much? Too much, then cut some off. God bless you. (Thank You, Master.) Buddha bless you. (Thank You.) Heaven loves you. (We love You, Master.) (Thank You.) (Thank You so much, Master.)

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