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Love at Hsihu—Celebrating Moon Festival with Supreme Master Ching Hai P4/4 October 4, 2017

2017-12-30
Language:English ,Mandarin Chinese ,Vietnamese(Tiếng Âu Lạc (Tiếng Việt))

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The next program is a Hebrew song by an Israeli initiate. “We Brought Peace Upon You.”

The next program is Tai chi fan and guzheng brought by initiates of Formosa (Taiwan). The music is “The Moon Represents My Heart.” “OK everybody, clap, clap. Wow, looks like a real movie theater. Yeah. Beautiful.”

Next our fellow sister from Âu Lạc (Vietnam) will bring us two songs. The first one is “O Cuội,” depicting playful children who long to visit the moon, and pray to God for a lift. The second song is “Countryside Mother,” portraying a mother working very hard in the countryside year after year to raise her young children.

“(Dear Master! On behalf of the Aulacese (Vietnamese) initiates, I would like to say a few words of gratefulness to Master. Though the ocean is vast and deep Walking for a few days, I’d see the bottom But the Master’s heart, the farther I walk, the bigger it is Love has no border and no end Mother’s love and sacrifice is immeasurable Mother’s tears and sweats fill the sea Because of the children, mother toils tirelessly No words can ever express her favor I would like to thank you, Master!)”

“Anybody who wants to come up, can come. The children maybe? The dancing children, come up. Was beautiful! Every time we watch programs, we don’t want it to end. It’s a pocket program, but it’s beautiful. Moon Festival is for the children, so they should come up and cut (vegan) cake with us.”

“Now, Happy Moon Festival! And happy going home, happy staying here, it’s your home. I know it’s not a palace or anything, but we’re happy here. You have the sky as the roof, the ground as your pavement. I mean, your floor. And our temple is the biggest in the world, right? Yes. Anyway, at home you have a lot of concrete already, so it doesn’t matter if you stay here, we are in the nature. People who live in nature, they live longer and their heart is purer. And their minds, simpler. They’re happy in any situation. Healthy, happy! OK? That’s what this ashram offers you. Fresh air. Greenery. What more you want? Even if it rains, you just wear a raincoat or you hide in your tent. Even if we have more people, I will just plant more trees and expanding more land. OK? You’re good? Happy here? Yeah. Yes. (Yes.) I know it’s not a building or anything, but why do we need building? There’re so many buildings everywhere already and sometimes they don’t hold. Yeah? Right. They don’t promise security and safety. So this is good. For a change even, yeah? A change is as good as a rest.

So at home you have concrete, you have big building, you have beautiful room, whatever. That’s good. And here you have a different taste of freedom. I like it better this way. Don’t you? (Yes.) If it’s not raining, yes. But anyway, just a different thing, different setting. So you can change your different thinking, different mindset. Purify yourself without concrete, without cement. Yeah, don’t complain. Enjoy it. You don’t always have an ashram like this everywhere. Mostly they build big buildings, of course; I can’t afford it, sorry. The truth is like that. I can’t afford it. I can afford to give the victims hundreds of thousands US dollars or many hundreds thousands US dollars or tens of thousands US dollars, but I can’t afford a house for you. Never mind. Are you happy, I hope? (Yes!) Yeah. It’s beautiful, no? Beautiful place, no? I think. I’m very proud of this no-walls building. And it’s all yours. You see, it’s all yours. No mortgage, nothing. It’s free. OK, ciao and Happy Moon Festival.”

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