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·道、德、法、仁、义、礼、智、信、术--《天启篇》之二十二
·关闭一扇门,另几扇门会自动打开--《天启篇》之二十三
·最后一趟航班--《天启篇》之二十一
·道、德、法、仁、义、礼、智、信、术--《天启篇》之二十二
·关闭一扇门,另几扇门会自动打开--《天启篇》之二十三
·关闭一扇门,另几扇门会自动打开--《天启篇》之二十三
·邪恶的善良--《天启篇》之二十四
·善良的邪恶--《天启篇》之二十五
·时来运转--《天启篇》之二十六
·魔鬼的钓饵--《天启篇》之二十七
·生命是这样腐烂发臭的--《天启篇》之二十八
·人生的主次先后、轻重缓急--《天启篇》之二十九
·有眼无珠与买椟还珠--《天启篇》之三十
·千条江河归大海--《天启篇》之三十一
·草与奶--《天启篇》之三十二
·桃树只能结桃子--《天启篇》之三十四
·回应天启,走出迷途--《天启篇》之三十五
·寻找人生的最佳坐标系和坐标点--《天启篇》之三十六
·坏死部位无感觉--《天启篇》之三十七
·别人不信,我信--《天启篇》之三十八
·于无声处响惊雷--《天启篇》之三十九
·上帝对人类的审判随时随地进行--《天启篇》之四十
·"羌笛何须怨杨柳,春风不度玉门关。" --《天启篇》之四十一
·生命需要不断下载软件《天启篇》之四十二
·花香蝶自来,心净仙人至--《天启篇》之四十四
·走出苦难--《天启篇》之四十五
·走出苦难(二)--《天启篇》之四十六
·缘至相逢,缘尽散离--《天启篇》之四十七
·离母才能茁壮成长--《天启篇》之四十八
·感恩--升华生命的第一要素--《天启篇》之四十九
·给大家开一扇小法门:跳出三界外,不在五行中--《天启篇》之五十
·想法变了,一切会跟着变--《天启篇》之五十一
·不断放弃,不断超越--《天启篇》之五十三
·如何接收负宇宙能量和信息。--《天启篇》之五十五
·日月无光,手电筒也不亮--《天启篇》之五十六
·真理!--《天启篇》之五十七
·信仰!--《天启篇》之五十八
·道德!--《天启篇》之五十九
·"朝菌不知晦朔,蟪蛄不知春秋。"--《天启篇》之六十
·在死亡的边缘上跳探戈。《天启篇》之六十一
·多余的,要命的。--《天启篇》之六十二
·把宝石镶嵌到皇冠上去。--《天启篇》之六十三
·如何知道自己是香是臭--《天启篇》之六十四
·小心!一种倾向掩盖着另一种倾向--《天启篇》之六十五
·突然出现,瞬间消亡。--《天启篇》之六十六
·贤人走中庸之道--《天启篇》之六十七
·圣人--《天启篇》之六十八
·贤人(一)--《天启篇》之六十九
·贤人(二)--《天启篇》之七十
·性命攸关时光着屁股跑。--《天启篇》之七十一
·有所为,有所不为。--《天启篇》之七十二
·物质思维--《天启篇》之七十三
·形象思维--《天启篇》之七十四
·联想思维--《天启篇》之七十五
·迷幻思维--《天启篇》之七十六
·心像思维--《天启篇》之七十七
·手机重获新生的启示
·细节与品质
·品质不配 挥泪更换
·太极思维--《天启篇》之七十八
·太极思维(续一)
·太极思维(续二)
·太极思维(续三)
·太极思维(续四)
·相拥而活难结大果
·大热必有大寒
·不明就里的死亡前预兆--《天启篇》之八十一
·瘦为美?--《天启篇》之八十二
·瘦为美?--《天启篇》之八十二
·生存的层次越低斗争越残酷--《天启篇》之八十三
·放下--《天启篇》之八十四
·再放下!--《天启篇》之八十五
·继续放下!--《天启篇》之八十六
·此地--《天启篇》之八十七
·最小阻力原则--《天启篇》之八十八
·文字智慧宝库--《天启篇》八十九
·生命的泉水--《天启篇》之九十
·撒旦的告示--《天启篇》之九十一
·恼人的沙砾。《天启篇》之九十二
·人情不是债,急时把锅卖。--《天启篇》之九十三
·珍惜自由!--《天启篇》之九十四
·生命签证--《天启篇》之九十五
·然后呢?--《天启篇》之九十六
·喝了醋喷不出酒气。--《天启篇》之九十七
·走出心灵的埃及。--《天启篇》之九十八
·万象生心灵,心灵超万象。--《天启篇》之九十九
·第二巢蜜蜂搬家的启示--《天启篇》
·家庭不是社会的细胞
·绞杀榕的启示--《天启篇》
·谨防心灵的阴暗角落——《天启篇》
·绝美的事物在等待绝美的生命去享受
·零态杯子的启示——《天启篇》
·李子酸甜的启示
·麻将 浑沌与中华文化--《天启篇》
·品质不配 挥泪更换
·情爱性色与自然之道
·石墨和金刚石结构给我们的启示
·手机重获新生的启示
·细节与品质
·小惠 调琴 能量三启示
·小雪豹给我的困惑和启示
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Looking for Your Own Garden of Eden

   Looking for Your Own Garden of Eden

   

   Xuefeng

   

   ( Edited by Kaer)

   

   

   Even tigers may be teased by dogs when they leave the remote mountains and come to lush and flat areas, dragons can be duped by shrimp when they are in shallow water, camels along the coast are harder to ride than donkeys, and domestic captive phoenixes are worse off than chickens.

   

   

   The tiger is the king of the mountains, but tigers can only give play to their power and prestige in the mountains. Once they come down to the plains, a pack of wild dogs will dare to tease them.

   Dragon are lords of the abyss, but dragons can only summon wind and call for rain in the abyss. If they fall into shallow depressions or ponds, the little shrimp and small fish can dupe them.

   

   Camels can only demonstrate their most valuable qualities in deserts, but if one lives along the coast, it would be less useful than a donkey.

   

   Phoenixes can roar out songs and show their magnificence in the quiet of plane trees, but if they are unfortunate enough to be kept in cages with feathers falling and listless in form and spirit, then they are worse than chickens.

   

   These phenomena suggest such a truth, that all kinds of LIFE can only give full play to themselves and demonstrate their most precious qualities and values when they live in the environments suited to their natures. If they ares unfortunate to live in an environment not suited to their own characteristics, not only can they not play out their strengths, but they might even be teased and duped by other creatures around them.

   

   I call the environment which best suits one’s survival, their Garden of Eden.

   

   Everyone has their own Garden of Eden and it is only inside of it that they will live out their elegant demeanour. If you are away from your Garden of Eden, you will be frustrated and have difficult times and even be regarded as a "waste” or "good for nothing” by others around you.

   

   The White Swan was unfortunate to live within flocks of chickens and ducks in the beginning, being laughed at and mocked by them, and was ridiculed as, "the ugly duckling". The genius painter, Vincent Van Gogh was spiritually enlightened, but had the misfortune to be living in a secular society, so he was unappreciated and taken advantage of all throughout his life and eventually died in poverty and with depression. Jiang Ziya, the founding minister of the Zhou Dynasty went to do business, but ended up with losses rather than profits. Chen Jingrun, who took the crown pearl of the Goldbach Conjecture, went to the market to buy vegetables and was ridiculed as being "a bit silly”.

   

   One who is kind should not be a commander. If you are kind and soft, then you should never lead an army into battle, for you would never become a general.

   

   One who is righteous should not engage in trade. If you have a strong sense of justice and are ready to help the weak, then you should never go into business, for you would never become wealthy.

   

   One who is honest should not enter into politics. If you like seeking out the truth from facts and adhering to the truth, then you should never enter politics, for you would never become a senior official.

   

   One who has a loving heart should not marry. If you have a loving heart, then you should never marry, for your love would be tied up and unable to shine with brilliance.

   

   One who has a noble soul should not mingle in the secular word. If you have a graceful heart, then you should never mingle in the secular world, for you would be regarded as silly and your beauty would go unappreciated.

   

   One who is unsophisticated should not engage in writing. If you are honest and simple, then you should never engage in writing, for your articles would not possess literary elegance and would likely invite scorn and ridicule.

   

   One of integrity should not engage in the art of war. If you advocate honesty and hate cheating, then you should never go into a war to confront others, for “The art of war is full of tricks”. Confronting others, whether civil or military, is all about tactics and tricks, so you would be doomed to lose.

   

   

   If you want to make your Life happy, joyful, free, and blessed, if you want to play to your strengths and expertise, if you want to stand out and rank high, and if you want to climb to the highest realm of Life and LIFE, then you must find your own Garden of Eden. If you come from the thousand-year world or the ten-thousand-year world of heaven, then you must not envy the world's high positions and great wealth and not waste your time trying to get your ideal life from the mortal world, because its soil is not suitable for you to grow in, bloom, and bear fruit. Your Garden of Eden is in heaven, not in the mortal world.

   

   Seek out those people who appreciate you, are nice to you, and who like you, but do not try to change anyone, especially those whose ideas and views are always against yours. "A leopard cannot change its spots. One cannot change one's essential nature". To those people who have different frequencies of mind and consciousness, no matter how impressively you sing their praises, how you comfort them, how you attempt to persuade them, they will never appreciate your feelings or understand your intentions. Even if you open your heart to them, they will still be indifferent and persist in their old ways.

   

   When you find your Garden of Eden, you should cherish it. Never take for granted that you can do anything and give up your Garden of Eden. There was a Division Commander who battled like a fish in water and was very capable when he was in the army, but he grew proud and conceited and thought he would be capable in any environment, so he left the army and entered into civil administration. There, he expected to play a great role, yet after years of rushing about, he suffered setbacks everywhere and could not achieve anything. The hero in the army became good for nothing during peacetime. Why? Because he had left his own Garden of Eden. Never assume that cacti can grow everywhere or can please everyone.

   

   That which comes easiest is the most valuable, however, that which comes easiest is the mostly likely to be ignored and undervalued. The Greatest Creator has given each of us a chance to access their Garden of Eden, but many of us do not pay due attention and do not value and understand their Nature as much. Many people get it and then lose it. It is easy to gain, than lose. What a pity!

   

   Look for your own Garden of Eden!

   

   I hope that everyone will find their own Garden of Eden!

(2017/05/11 发表)

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