Buddha said: There are eight people suffering, suffering, suffering, suffering, suffering hardship, bitterness will be bitter, love other people suffering, can not be bitter, the Five Condensers blazing. Only by physically and mentally venting can we be divorced and hard to leave, and all plagues will turn into dust.
I am mortal, it is difficult to get rid of the eight bitter, so fall into the cycle of hell.
Life is always bittersweet, knowing it and forgetting about it. Make it clear and bitter. Follow it and forget about it. Saying, thinking, doing, doing, using, abandoning, delighting, complaining, worrying, considering. All are the five elements of human beings and their minds are sent out. How much of life is bitter? Life and death, love and hatred, joys and sorrows, joys and sorrows, emptiness, confusion, loss of heartache, loss of love, displacement, all these are signs of suffering. The roots of correcting are not the same as those of Zen. Look at what Buddhism calls the Eight Tribes of Life and understand the source of human suffering.
The first bit of life – suffering. Buddha said that the real world is painful. We live in this world and it is painful in itself.
Life and death, and when? Pain comes from itself, and pain comes from living. So the first sound of life is to cry loudly.
The second bitter life – old bitterness. The Buddha said that youth is volatile, youth is absent, and all beautiful thoughts will be lost in the deepening of wrinkles. While living, it is dead. Human beings are always fresh and dead. Relative to yesterday, you are old. How can people control changes in their metabolism?
The third bitter life – suffering. The Buddha said that there are dangers in the sky, and people have good fortune. In the cruel reality, can anyone guarantee that he will not be tortured by the disease? People who eat whole grains are not sick. The pain at any time makes people suffer from illness.
The fourth bit of life – the pain of death. Buddha said that death may not be painful, and the fact of death brings far more fear to the living than death itself. Death is the beginning of a new life, and reincarnation is the birth of the next living body, but the nostalgia is painful.
The fifth bitter experience in life – love you. Buddha said that love is the pursuit of integration to overcome the manifestations of splitting, love God is the pursuit of the unity of the spirit, love is the unity of the pursuit of life. But the pain that love itself contains is known to all people.
Sixth bitterness in life – no mercy. The Buddha said that human desire cannot be integrated with the object of desire. Desire is like a stretched rubber band where no anchorage can be found. The pursuit of pain is also lost.
Seventh bitterness in life – resentment will suffer. The Buddha said that when love can't be bridged, it will be realized in a perceptual way – resentment. All external grudges will be bounced and hurt themselves. All internal grudges will hurt others. Cowardice and lust are the source of pain.
Eighth bitterness in life – five yin overwhelming. The Buddha said that all kinds of illusions that people see, hear, think, encounter, and feel will lose themselves and get into pain. The world is often deceived by appearances, and is thus deeply immersed in it.
Recalling the story of Pandora that I had heard in the past, Pandora became a woman of perfect happiness because of the blessings of the gods. But because she was too perfect and made her feel like she had less life, she opened the sinful box. Listening to this story was still very small. I was very surprised at the time. This woman was so stupid, she didn’t want to be well-behaved, but she wanted to touch the sinful box. Now think about it, if the world really turns into heaven one day, if there is no war, no hunger, no sins, only happiness and peace, what will the people's drive for survival be? Can there be no dark sunlight that will keep us from overthrowing?
Are you bitter in life? Or is it a little sugar, the bitter end of the entrance is sweet and cool, long aftertaste.