In worldly life it is often seen that actions born of exhaustive calculations yield only sorrows of mutual incessant entanglement. Based on limited knowledge and view to attempt to carry through partial and preferential intentions would certainly more likely to run into obstacles and less likely to succeed by rare chances. If one could be unbound from net of views, pay attention only to Dharma practices, and give one's fate completely into the hands of Buddha, only then could Buddha arrange the itinerary and opportunities for such a practitioner.
Written in Chinese on December 6, 2003
Translated on December 9, 2003
El Cerrito, California