If I could add wings to my mind….

I was always lonely since childhood. It felt like I was caught in a world of transparent glass wall, separated from my parents, siblings and friends. But this book broke the wall I couldn’t even see. It felt like I was punched. The book stated that originally the world was one; even though people should live as one mind, they live within their own mind world with own self-centered minds. Tears welled up. Did I live in my own mind world alone up to this point? Then what is the solution? This book suggested a elimination of the mind, which I had never heard before. It stated that if one had thrown away all of human mind, then one could live happily forever. I really want to live that way. Just by reading this book, I feel free and lighter. I would like to thank the author.

Suna Pak/Teacher/Choong-nam