"It is better to travel well than to arrive." By Buddha

“It is better to travel well than to arrive.”
By Buddha

Do you love travel?

It’s great to spend time to travel, to continue adventure in this beautiful world, look into other’s culture and meet up with beautiful people.

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”

by Henry Miller

It’s not only enrich our life, but it give us a great life experience and a chance to practice our Dhamma.

When we are in foreign land, we might face some challenges, e.g. food, customs, culture, religion, services, accommodation, transportation……..

It might be different from our home country.

How well can you adapt?

If the food is not suitable for you, are you angry?

If the food is so delicious, are you eating non-stop?

If the people rude to you, are you scolding them?

If your accommodation can meet your requirement, are you upset?

If you can’t understand other’s language, how do you communicate?

If you are being over charged when you buy souvenir, how do you react?

If you are stuck in traffic jam and you miss one of the sightseeing area, how do you feel?

It’s a great way to know whether you are gradually reduce or increase or maintain your “Greed, Anger, hatred, ignorance, patience, ego, doubt….”

Are you becoming a better person?

Watch your mind!

Be mindfulness! Observe your thought during your happy vacation.

We can practice Dhamma in anyplace, anywhere and anytime.

“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.”

by  Lao Tzu

I’ll be away for a short vacation, to learn  and also to practice dhamma in foreign country, will be back by next week.

May you be Well and Happy!

See you soon!

Smile Always! Cheers!

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