Notes for Daily Life from Professor
- When you are busy, you may make mistakes of body, mind, and speech. Be careful; be cautious. If you do things well before a deadline, you may avoid the mistakes that are made in haste.
- When speaking casually, you may make a mistake. You may let a secret slip, or inadvertently malign someone’s good name. If you pay attention as you speak, you can avoid saying something that is hurtful, unkind, or mean.
- When you have little money, you are usually careful with money. When you have a lot of money, you may begin to make some mistakes. It seems as if the supply is unlimited, and you spend without thinking. This is the time to be most careful. Cherish the money, and spend wisely.
- When you are not angry, you may think that you never get angry. But, when something happens, you may find yourself very angry. You may, then, react in a way that you regret. It is important to adjust your chi on a daily basis.