In a golden field of grass, Mr. Dai sees a garden that's been left to grow wild in the sorrow following a child's death. How can Mr. Dai open their mother's heart and turn sorrow into a new life force?
If our views are correct, then we know that birth, aging, sickness,
and death are a natural progression, which we will not blame others for.
- 108 Adages of Wisdom
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