Tomorrow, I have some relatives coming – my adopted niece, adopted sister, adopted niece’s husband, adopted sister’s husband. I say adopted because I borrowed the body from the mother; therefore, we became relatives. Otherwise, there’s nothing. It’s good, I’m glad. A very good family. Very good family, very upright. Even before initiation, they were good. My parents, adopted parents, were very good. Because of my father, I learned a lot of philosophies when I was young – Confucius and all that, Lao Tzu. I read when I was young already – at seven, eight. I learned so fast that I could read at a young age such high-class philosophy.
That’s why I changed the dates of our New Year celebration to today and tomorrow. Because Saturday and Sunday are the best for them to come for group meditation and retreat. Then, tomorrow, everyone can eat, drink, and have fun. (Good.) And then, the day after tomorrow, it’s the real New Year. (Yes.) They can be home and have a reunion with their families. (Yes.) This way, they can enjoy both. (Thank You, Master.)