posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 01:05 PM
a reply to: Tsuro
Its more difficult to teach than to master something.
If they be angry, find new masters. Your frustration is not yours, but that which was taught to you.
There is only one master you should concern yourself with.
He speaks clearly and precisely.
If your heart is not troubled, then all is well no matter the hell.
EDIT TO ADD:
Here is some more. This is fun.
Some wisdom can not be taught, and for this there is no poor or excellent student. Some things come subtly like a rising tide you do not perceive
until it is around you and you are swept away in it.
A good student respects his teacher. A good teacher loves his students.
The tide would destroy the shore if it came crashing into it like a tsunami with all its force. The endless waves and gentle tides are what molds the
The tide follows the moon not only because the moon is its master. The tide follows its moon like a good student respectful of its teacher, and the
moon, lovingly guides the tides.
This is the nature of masters and their students. Or so I heard....LOL
Couldnt tell you either way. Just another moonless student myself.
edit on 3 16 2016 by tadaman because: (no reason given)