.Whatever happens ,All this is .If you dare ,Gaze at The flowers Blooming with summer colors .The cityWeavedFrom a cuckoo’s sermons !Before the rain comes down ,Put downThe fire of melancholies .Dream possible dreams .Let those flowers bloom .Wh ...

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.PART (EIGHT)In his book, A Manual of Buddhism, Narada Theca writes- strictly speaking, Buddhism cannot be called a religion because it is not a system of faith and worship which emphasizes the existence of supernatural God. Absolutely right. Bu ...

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.PART [ Seven ]‘Evil often triumphs, but never conquers.’ (the bible-Roman’s XII-21) As the significance of ‘Roman’s XII-21 of the Bible trickles into my heart, I gradually feel relaxed. But I know very well that my feelings are fluctuating. To ...

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.Part [Six]Ithink almost everyone would be elated if he or she was regarded as a patriot. One should love one’s country. He or she should not be blamed for this. To some extent it would not be dangerous. The important thing, I believe, is not to ...

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.Part [Five]I simply want to be rich. So also do you all. It is, I believe, very natural. Certainly no one wants to be poor. I must say that poverty is the most terrible disease of all. Now cheer up man, Deng Xioaping has joined us. He has even ...

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.The gloomy weather Has wreaked havoc in your heart Hasn't it ?Without sleet ? My paralyzed thoughts soared On the horizon ,Downward of the solitude sea .Don't ask me any more questions .For whatever reasons .In this seasonLet small wild flowers ...

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.Part [Four]If I am not mistaken, what I’ve learnt is that time and tide waits for no man. And everyone knows, I suppose, that time is the most precious thing in the world. No one can regain passed time. We’ve read so many stories, words of wisd ...

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.Part [Three]By nature I am not very sociable. And I am not certain that sociability is a good thing. I believe that it is not necessary to be friendly with good-for-nothing people. Fortunately I am congenitally good at physiognomy. Sometimes a ...

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.PART TWOI know you have been taught to greet people by saying the word ‘Mingalaba’. Forget it. Burmese people never say ‘Mingalaba’ when they greet each other. It is merely a masked and ostentatious word. Some people desperately wanted to be ca ...

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