After dinner, walking along a path beside the residence, enjoying the green waves and the afterglow of the sunset while the wind blows the seedlings. It was beautiful. At that time, my mind was only concerned with counting the accumulated Actifit, and forgot to take pictures of this beautiful evening scene with my mobile phone. Unfortunately, it was a pity.
At dusk, a few farmers were still busy working in the farmland beside the road. Not far away, there were several graves. I couldn't help but think of a passage in The Heart of Wisdom Eye Zen:
They are eager to grow up and then lament the lost childhood.
They trade health for money, and soon they want to use money to recover.
They are anxious about the future, but ignore the happiness of the present.
Therefore, they live neither in the present nor in the future.
They live as if they would never die.
Before dying, it was as if they had never lived.
Alas! This unfathomable life is so elusive that only the real wise man can see through the sky.
However, Buddha and Jesus are far away from us. How can we save ourselves and punch in this life?
Don't ask me, Master Ming is in your heart.