PureInsight | April 7, 2009
[PureInsight.org] Times moves fast, and it slips away without us even noticing it. When we pay attention to time, we feel things are urgent; when we ignore time, it passes instantly.
Recently, I have had more things to do and always feel that I do not have enough time. When I am busy doing things, I have done poorly sending forth righteous thoughts, either forgetting to do it or not focusing my attention. Many selfish thoughts have also surfaced. Recently, when clarifying the truth at a tourist site, I did not suppress my human notions using righteous thoughts. As a result, tourists said bad things about Dafa.
When I am able to arrange my time well, things go smoothly and even quicker than I originally thought. Sometimes before sending forth righteous thoughts at 6 a.m., I have tended to stay in bed for a few minutes. After taking my little nap, however, I have found that it is exactly 6:10 a.m.—the time for sending forth righteous thoughts has already passed. When we do not discipline ourselves, we will be manipulated by time; it is the law of the old cosmos and it just works like that.
As a genuine Dafa disciple, we need to walk our path well, the path arranged by Teacher. When exceeding this time field, we are no longer constrained by it. Instead, time will assist us to fulfill our mission.
Nowadays, practitioners both inside and outside China feel the pressure of time. Especially this year, very often time slips away before we have done anything. When our hearts are pure and focused on doing the three things, many matters become straightforward and simple. Since time keeps on going and never stops, each Dafa practitioner should think of ways to make good use of it.
Many things need to be done within a limited timeframe. This is a challenge. From another perspective, isn't it also an opportunity for us to establish our mighty virtue? Let us all cherish this period of time and save more people to fulfill our mission!
Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2009/2/21/57925.html