posted on May, 4 2010 @ 02:00 PM
I thought of that monk and that meeting for many years . I am no clearer about him and I think I never will.
When I fixed my mind on something, I very seldom change my mind. As you have read, I originally wanted to ride back to Taipeh for my lunch. If I had
done that, even that monk would have found it difficult to get to me.
I believed when I rode up to him and thought my fleeting thoughts, he knew already of me. For reasons of his own, he wanted to reach out to me. He
must have read into my mind, and saw I knew that town. As just as I passed him, I changed my mind deciding on that restaurant in that town. He must
have placed that thought into my mind there and then.
He made me that 'gift', packaging it as a sale. The money that he asked for was so paltry, and then telepathically reaffirmed to me, blew me more
than what I wrote.
I felt that sum was symbolic, even if that escaped me.
Then at a time of my deepest need, 'he' came again. His presence was so strong that evening, together with the aura of peace and tranquility was
exactly like when he first step in through that door of the little restaurant.
I cannot blame you, or anyone else, who wonder if it was true. All that should not have taken place. Except it did.
I am new here to you.
But if you have followed my accounts in the past, you would have known I never make up any stories, or tell of things which are not true.
Tadarida, and all others
So you used Livejournal navigation to read onto that next entry where I took Riamfada, my parrot to free fly at the edge of that huge desert. I hope
you enjoyed those photos too.
My blog covered ten years of my life. You could have paged backwards to read of earlier entries even if those entries were not on mystic monks and
If you had continued, you would have come to my next entry as I post regularly. Then you would have seen my cats that joined me and Riamfada
If you click on the Bantienyen URL, you will find another haunting description of Taiwan. Where against the advice of Gods themselves, I continued
with my search for Tinkerbell, my grey in Taiwan when I lost her in the mountains. And at the end, got her back.
Go into the Flickr folder too for photos of incredible Taiwan.
[edit on 4-5-2010 by shanlung]