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Between Master and Disciples

Buddhist Stories: The Past Lives of the First Five Disciples (Part 4 of 4) August 14, 2015

2018-01-15
Language:English ,Vietnamese(Tiếng Âu Lạc (Tiếng Việt))

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Doesn’t mean (that) courage means you will fear nothing. It’s not like that. You’re born with a human mind. Human physical. You do things sometimes you know it’s impossible. It’s not, almost impossible or it’s difficult, but you try. For the sake of others, you try. So, if it’s not fearful, then it’s just your hobby, it’s different. You want to do something, you like it so much and you do it. It’s not like I like to sit in the forest alone, It’s not like I like to sit in the forest alone, and dark (and) all that. I just have to. I want to, but doesn’t mean I like to. I want to do it. It doesn’t matter anyway. It’s no matter. So you think Tim Qo Tu was born in this world, should have no fear, no pain? Ow! Nothing? This’s a wrong concept. Courage doesn’t mean you have no fear. Courage means you still do it even if you fear. You conquer the fear, don’t let the fear conquer you. Fear, anger, attachment, love and hate, all these are born within your body, together, understand? It depends on how you use it. But it’s there. Because you’re human. You’re born with all that. Or it’s from your parents. Just you use it or not use it. Or you conquer it or let it conquer you. Fear is one of the elements in our body, in our human life. But that doesn’t mean if you have fear that you’re not courageous. The more fear you have, means you are more courageous. You don’t let it control you. You have to know the difference. It’s good.
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