Dec 02 2017
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Siddhartha Gautama is the Chinese ancestor of Buddhism religion, known to all Buddhism world. He spent his whole life in studying the knowledge of Buddhism from whom many followers learned his theory of Buddhism. But, Gautama was very realistic in teaching his followers to live their daily life. He said that “To be idle is a short road to death and to be diligent is a way of life, foolish people are idle, wise people are diligent.”
In our life, deducting our childhood years and old age period, our useful practical years are about fifty years. Twenty years are the time for us to learn and the balance of thirty years is for us to work for ourselves and for the society.
Therefore, we must be serious to seize the first part of twenty years, missing which will result us to be a useless person in the rest of our life.
But, nowadays many young persons devote their time on I-phone, searching things which are useless to their life, only just for pleasure at the moment of their searching. They are foolish to build their life on the shifting sand which will disappear by a wave from sea.
Since our life is not ever-lasting, we must not waste a minute, but to seize every second, which slips silently non-stop, to do something useful for the good of our present and future life. Or we will surely be regretful in our old days.