Zeng Han Jun

(Singapore)

Sayings of Taoist Master Zi Xu Yuan Jun (1)


Burn, Burn, Burn.
Million troubles burnt away by the thousand-strong fire.

Endure, endure, endure.
Disappear it goes, all the previous karma and sins.

Submitted: Monday, July 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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烧,烧,烧,
萬祸千焚一旦消;

忍,忍,忍,
债主冤家从此盡。

- 一代宗师紫虚元君

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