二○○六年三月六日 養和齋 於加州
Pointing a Way out@Yutang Lin
Analyzing with even-mindedness one presents positive and negative aspects.
Nevertheless, upon seeing or hearing, people grasp them in light of prejudice.
Rather than adding disturbances one prefers to return to the original silence.
Pointing only at a way toward emancipation to expect a sooner awakening!
To discuss matters fairly in even-mindedness, both positive and negative aspects are presented. Even though the speaker remains unintentional, audiences interpret the presentation differently. Within nets of entanglements it is unprofitable to add disturbances.By indicating only a way toward emancipation one hopes that it mightbe accepted.
Written in Chinese and translated on March 6, 2006
El Cerrito, California