(Dear Master, we would like to thank Master so much for Your Blessings and Grace, so that we could come here. […] Normally if we want to apply for a visa to come here, it would take four, five days to get it.) Really? You have to apply for a visa to come? (Yes.) Oh, I’m so sorry! (But You blessed us so much. We just went in to apply for a visa and waited only four hours to get it.) Oh, yeah? (Yes.) Is everyone the same? (Yes.) Wow! Bravo! (And then because we were in such a hurry to prepare and couldn't be on time, so the flight was delayed eight hours to wait for us.) Oh, my God!
They said they wanted to buy a (meditation) Center so that they can call it theirs. I said nothing is yours, because today if you buy a small one, tomorrow, (there’re) more disciples, then you'll have to buy a bigger one. And then next year, (there’re) more disciples, and you'll have to buy the next one, a bigger one – always moving. So if you have a good place right now, it's good enough. And in case you don't like it, you can always move to another one, no need to trouble. […] And no need to worry about financial problems. In this life, nothing belongs to us, anyway. If we buy it, it’ll belong to someone else tomorrow anyway. […] It’s not that I don't want everyone to buy a place. If you can afford it, then buy, if you can’t, then don't. If you buy, you’ll have lots of responsibilities.