"Oh, I think I'll buy some."
"I know. I didn't know it's so good that your feet don't get cold when you sleep."
"As expected, the North Sea is no place for people to live."
Awakened by the sunlight coming through the tent, Hwasan's disciples chattered, tidying up their seats.
"In the North Sea, my body seemed to break when I woke up in the morning."
"I can see how good warmth is."
Everything in the world is relative law.
It was a grassland night when others slept and their mouths turned, but it was only a little cool for those who passed the North Sea.
"But where did Chung-Myung go?"
"Well, you haven't been here for a while.”
At that point, Baek Cheon refined his dress and went outside to look around.
At that time, I could see Chung-Myung sitting by the pond.
The bonfire was already extinguished, but only white smoke was coming up, and Chung-Myung sat in front of it, staring up at the sky.
"What are you doing?"
Chung-Myung's eyes slowly moved when asked by Baek Cheon.
Baek Cheon tilted his head at the uncharacteristically blank appearance.
"Who stole your money? What's wrong with your expression?"
"Don't talk nonsense and just eat."
"Oh, but this bastard?"
After sighing deeply, Chung-Myung turned his head slightly and looked at the tent where the Lamar monks were staying. They seemed to have woken up early when they heard the sound of crab singing from the inside.
"…You should die rather than get sick."
The little boy, Reincarnation of the Great Buddha, spoke English to Chung-Myung yesterday, and soon returned to the face of knowing nothing.
I tried to catch the great fire heading to the tent, but at that time, the spirituality and pressure he had felt had already disappeared.
It's impossible to hold on to a mentally disturbed child and make a fuss, but I keep getting caught in what he said.
I couldn't do this or that and stayed up all night.
Chung-Myung, who sighed deeply, shook his finger as he saw Hye Yeon coming out of the tent.
"…Shizu. My legal name is Hye Yeon."
"Okay, come here."
Disappointed Hye Yeon approached. Chung-Myung looked at him like that and hinted.
"What do you think of what you heard yesterday?"
"What kind of story are you talking about?"
"You know what the leapfrog did, the big fire came back to life.”
"Amitabha, that's what you mean."
Hye Yeon glanced at the tent where the lama monks were staying with a slightly embarrassed face.
"The Buddhist teachings of the chief and the middlelands are not entirely the same, although they all follow the teachings of the Sakyamuni."
"In what Bansol Rama said yesterday, the teaching of reincarnation is not much different from Shaolin's. But it is not in line with our teachings that a person intentionally reincarnates and remembers the past."
Hye Yeon shook her head quietly.
"If I can do it, I have nothing to say, even if it's called Buddha."
"You're a con artist.”
"Well, that's not what I meant.
Surprised Hye Yeon hurriedly looked at the tent as if she was afraid that the Rama monks would hear her. And said with a low voice.
"Shi, Shi, you have to be careful. The reverence of the chief Buddhist for the Great Buddha is more than what the city governor thinks."
Chung-Myung said in a nonchalant way.
He has already experienced how blind those who serve humans as gods can be. Of course, humans and Buddha are different, and so are they.Can a man do that?’
If it were in the past, I would have laughed it off as nonsense. Chung-Myung doesn't believe in things that he can't see.
But I can't just let this go. Above all, isn't Chung-Myung the evidence?
Chung-Myung looked up at the sky with blank eyes again.
At that time, the tent opened and the Lamar monks, including Bansol Rama, walked slowly, cuddling together. Chung-Myung's gaze went straight to the Great Fire behind Bansol Rama.
Seeing the innocent face of knowing nothing, I felt something inside out.
"Did you rest well last night?"
Bansol Rama greeted with a nice smile. It just so happens that Hwasan's disciples, who stormed out of the tent, were greeted with gunshots.
"I had a good rest after a long time. Thank you very much for your consideration."
"Consideration? I just gave you the extra tent. Don't worry."
Bansol Rama's eyes are on Chung-Myung as he smiles in his arms.
"You look deep in the water."
"Would you like to walk for a while?"
Chung-Myung nodded silently.
Bansol Rama and Chung-Myung, separated from the Rama monks and Hwasan's disciples, walked quietly through the vast meadow.
The meadow was so wide that there was no end in sight. Even if I walked and walked, I couldn't reach the end forever.
It was Chung-Myung who broke the long silence and opened his mouth first.
"The Great Fire……."
He stopped talking for a moment and asked in a deeper voice.
"Are you sure you're a big fire?”
Bansol Rama shook his head.
"Oh my god, Bahnme Hum. The Buddha is beyond human beings. He who goes beyond man is trapped inside man again, so he cannot keep himself intact. Dalwe Rama will go to Podalab Palace from now on to recover himself."
"So still, I'm just a kid.….”
"He's not either.
Bansol Rama said with a grin.
"No matter how much you lose yourself, that deep realization doesn't go anywhere. It's a child, but it's a Buddha, it's a child."
I couldn't understand what you meant.
Of course, it is not a difficult answer to interpret literally. But Bansol Rama's words seemed to have more meaning than refined in language.
Something else, unlike the occasional wise man, or the Buddhists who have been deeply cultivated.
When Chung-Myung tried to say something, Bansol Rama shook his head first.
"I can't answer that question."
A serene and profound eye stared at Chung-Myung.
"You want to ask about what Dalwe Rama said yesterday."
Chung-Myung nodded obediently. Although he dealt with it in his own way, the thin tent could not have blocked the ears of this noble man.
"I'm still not good enough, but I think I've learned a lot about illegal activities. That's why you can teach and lead the llamas of Podalab Palace."
No one who has ever experienced Bansol Rama will be able to swear and deny the word arrogant.
"But I'm also a human body tied to anguish and up. I can't understand everything the Buddha said. To understand is to know, to know is to realize. Then wouldn't I have already become a Buddha?"Chung-Myung nodded silently as he watched Bansol Rama burst into laughter.
"Dalwe Rama is the incarnation of the voyeurism. You're still stuck in a human frame and don't realize yourself, but by the time you become an adult, you'll be fully recovered."
"It's about time I became an adult.….”
Chung-Myung turned his head slightly and looked at the tent, which is now a little farther away. But the head didn't come back long.
So you don't even know what you're saying yet.’
That body can't handle the high realization as a great fire. Therefore, it was highly unlikely that Chung-Myung would get what he wanted even if he talked with the Great Fire again.
That's why Bansol Rama is calling him aside and telling this story.
"I dare not know what Dalwe Rama really means."
"But even for me who dare not follow Dalwe Rama's deep enlightenment, I can see that Chung-Myung's seal is unique."
Bansol Rama's grave gaze was on Chung-Myung.
"I've been working my whole life on legislation to confirm Dalwe Rama's reincarnation. I can see the extraordinary character of Chung-Myung's seal. I can't define it as anything, but the seal is definitely different from other ordinary people."
Chung-Myung stopped walking. And he stood by and looked at the old victory.
"According to the Buddhist teachings, you said that a person's reincarnation is to build up a long period of practice and gain enlightenment, right?”
"That's what it is."
"Or is there another reason for reincarnation?"
Bansol Rama shook his head.
"I don't know."
"The flow of the world is absolutely huge. Anything can happen in there. How dare I know the solemn meaning of Azebullta."
Chung-Myung nodded quietly again this time.
"There's one thing I'd like to say to the seal."
As Chung-Myung looked with questionable eyes, Bansol Rama joined hands and recited a small song.
"Any human being lives through pain. It's because there's always anguish in humans."
"Oh my, Bahn Meh Hum."
Bansol Rama said with a gracious smile.
"Bulldo walkers learn illegal ways to overcome their upsets and anguish. Even if what the seal is going through now is pain, the pain will not be just in vain."
It was like catching a cloud.
However, after hearing the cloud-catching words, I felt strangely relieved.
"In the end, you have no choice but to do it yourself."
"Isn't the road the same?"
"He who awakens becomes a god. But you can't force someone who hasn't. You have to realize and know for yourself."
"…Do you know the laws of Doga?"
"I know, I know. Considering the extent of the Middle East, isn't it greatly influenced by the chief's illegality? And even the most abundant supply from the Jungwon Provinces was originally the Amita of Fire."
"No, you son of course.
Chung-Myung, who was glaring at Doga's disregard, soon grinned.
"The one who used to be inhumane now looks a little like a human being."
Bansol Rama, smiling coolly, stared at Chung-Myung with warm eyes.
"There's no answer but to that."“…….”
"When the time comes when the seal must eagerly seek answers, just look at yourself. All the answers will be in the seal."
Chung-Myung, facing him, slowly joined hands together.
Chung-Myung, who doesn't usually memorize Do-ho, was an exception to Bansol Rama. This was the highest respect Chung-Myung could express.
"Thank you, Lamar."
"Don't mention it."
After the conversation, Bansol Rama turned his head and looked toward the tent.
"I'd like to talk more, but now as a Frenchman, I have to take Dalwe Rama to Podalab Palace as soon as possible."
"Yes, I'm sorry to take your time."
Bansol Rama shook his head.
"Fate is all about meaning. It wouldn't be just a coincidence that I met the seal here either."
"I hope you will overcome your anguish."
Bansol Rama, who bowed his head, walked toward the tent, leaving Chung-Myung behind.
Chung-Myung, who was staring at the back of the distance, plopped down on the spot.
Then he smirked.
"There's nothing you can't say to the Taoist, man."
The sound of the wind softly grazed his ears as he closed his eyes.