Penetrating Prognosis and Pure Peace

Good morning!


We have now abundant singing of birds, which we can enjoy only in the early morning. When we get into the yard, we can see a lot of honey suckle seedlings, which we can easily pick up with our fingers while the soil is soft and moist.


Yesterday I cut the lower branches of a Bodhi-tree and a cherry tree, which walkers or mowers could hit. I could have plucked them off with my fingers decades ago. I didn’t want to lose branches, while they were still small and young.


We may think the triple poison as normal or even better. It is better to remove it at an early age. Otherwise we must meet distresses and disasters. Then, we can have penetrating prognosis and pure peace adapting to the suitable situations smoothly.




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