76/Love In Action/Consider Those Truly In Need!
Those Truly In Need!
Recorded By Relief
Work Team In Bangkok, Thailand
we were busy packing medicine and clothing, Master suddenly arrived. She felt
something was wrong and so asked us, "How do you know which sizes are for
children when you are packing all the sweaters together? How are you going
to distribute them?" Everyone was dumbfounded. "You have sweaters for children
or not?" Master asked.
At that moment some answered,
She continued inquiring:
"Who ordered all these things?"
Then one sister answered,
"A Quan Yin messenger."
"Why did my staff have to
do the work? Don't you Thai people know how to do it by yourself? Didn't you
see there was nothing for children? I gave you over a million Baht as you
requested; not even one penny less and look at what you've bought. Nothing
for children! So what will the children wear? You want all the children to
die of the cold or what? Did you think there weren't any children at all,
only adults? All of you really have no love for children. You don't care whether
they die of the cold or not!
"Why do you meditate, keep
a vegetarian diet, and follow the precepts? It's just for show! All you do
is criticize, gossip about other people -- even Master. If you think you are
better than me, why don't you come out and do something better than others
and me? Why hide yourself at home holding your wife or husband. Some persons
in Bangkok resigned. Maybe they think it's more important to stay home holding
their wife and husband; and to even criticize me. Why do I have to do all
these things? They are your people; nothing to do with me at all. You just
don't care for your own people. I have to read the newspapers to see what's
going on, where the poverty is, and tell you what to do. Even then you have
no love for the children."
THE BREAKDOWN OF Supreme Master Ching Hai'S ASSISTANCE
TO NORTH THAI
Supreme Master Ching Hai's contribution
expenditures of relief team
Master Ching Hai's Trip To Northern Thailand
Those Truly In Need!
Supreme Master Ching Hai's Love For The Poor And The Homeless