Everyone in your life shows up for a reason.
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the same is true of the encounter between people, which seems to be accidental, but in fact it is inevitable.
in this life, the people who appear in your life are all for a reason!
whoever you meet is destined for fate
the Buddhist sutra says, "if you meet once in this life, how many incense and fire in your previous life."
the encounter between people is the unfinished cause and effect of the previous life.
there is a story recorded in the Buddhist sutras:
in a certain life, a mouse died on the side of the road and was exposed to the sun.
at this time, a businessman was passing by. When he saw this, he hated to cover his nose and left. Another scholar came and felt compassion, so he buried it on the spot.
the businessman was later reincarnated as Ananda, a disciple of the Buddha. One day Ananda met an old woman and was scolded by the old woman for no reason and did not even give him saliva to drink.
the Buddha asked Shariputra to apologize to the old man. Unexpectedly, the old man was overjoyed at the sight of him and offered offerings.
Ananda was so puzzled that the Buddha said, "this old woman is the mouse of the past, and the scholar is now Shariputra."
because your thoughts of good and evil have given rise to different causes, old women will treat you differently. "
everything in the world is to meet.
as Sakyamuni said:
the reason is to gather, and the person you should meet is bound to meet; if the fate dies, it will break up, and those who are forced to stay are also doomed to stay.
the Hua Yan Sutra tells us: "all fruits begin from cause."
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every time we meet in life, it is doomed. Every encounter, to put it bluntly, is nothing but a reunion after a long separation.
Life goes through both ups and downs, and it is a blessing to meet.
Thanksgiving for all the warm encounters in your life
Buddha said, "No matter who you meet in this life, you should be the one in your life."
in this world, we don't meet for no reason. Every time we meet, it will bring us something. Those who love you will bring you warmth; those who hate you will teach you to be brave.
hurt, can make people grow; frustration, can make people strong.
everything that happens in your life enriches your life.
A man tied an iron ring to an elm tree and tied his own cattle.
with the passage of time, the iron circle gets deeper and deeper, leaving a deep scar on the skin of the tree.
one year, a plant blight infected trees dozens of kilometers around, and none of them survived. But only this elm tree with an iron ring survived.
what on earth is going on?
it turned out that it was the iron ring that had scarred the elm that saved the elm. Because the iron in the iron ring suppresses the infection of bacteria.
this tree still exists and is full of vigor and vitality.
even if a tree is like this, let alone people?
in life, even if it hurts, it will become a nutrient and make life more resolute!
in this world, it doesn't appear for no reason. All the people who appear in your life have deep karma.
someone gives you a scar, but it is also your armor for the future.
so, if you've ever been hurt, please accept it. Because all karma is spiritual practice.
in this life, it is not easy to meet, and it is even more blessed to meet someone who can bring you something.
whoever it is, he is an important person in your life. Cherish every encounter in life and accept every experience in life.
all the experiences of life are the meaning of our moving forward! Be grateful for all the warm encounters in your life!
Buddha said: "looking back 500 times in the previous life, only in exchange for one pass in this life." The encounter in life is doomed.