1.Open the windows and the sunlight and fresh air will come in.
Take a broad view and you will see the faraway mountains are fresh and green.
Stay and study in Lifechanyuan and a new LIFE will begin.
You will see clear scenes of paradise.
2.Revere the Greatest Creator, revere LIFE, revere nature, take the Way of the Greatest Creator.
3.Let everyone live well: the aged, the children, the widowed, the orphans, the disabled; not only ordinary people, but presidents as well; not only the rich, but prisoners in jail as well, even livestock, domestic fowl, and wild animals.
4.Three quarters of all criminals are not inherently criminal, but are forced into their situations by an unhealthy culture and the program of production and life which have been established by people.
5.What is the best state for our survival? The core is simply this: take the way of the Greatest Creator and establish governments which govern nothing. The more that governments manage and care, the worse our survival will be.
6.The more laws and regulations that there are, the more problems that will arise, especially the stronger the repression of human nature is, the stronger the containment of subjective initiative and creativity will be. It is as if to tie up people’s hands and feet with ropes and then shout for them to hurry and run!
7.Closure will lead to ignorance and backwardness, and rigidity and death as well, for a person, a nation, and society, too.
8.The Earth belongs to all humanity. People should be allowed to flow freely throughout the world and not be restricted by political borders.
9.A global government which is able to coordinate global affairs should be established.
10.Democracy is the pursuit of mediocrity. Strong, wise leaders should be in charge to carry things out, have the final say, and accept all the consequences.
11.Today’s real problems can not be solved with historic experience, but only with open and creative thinking.
12.Those who contemplate new solutions with traditional values are reactionaries resting on their laurels.
13.The judgement of right and wrong should be based upon these four essential standards: fact, science, logic, and spiritual perception，not according to the words of the ancients.
14.Meritorious statesmen are prone to be the greatest resistance to advancement.
15.There is nothing good about spirits and deities; fortunes and disasters, and all furtive and sneaky things are bad.
16.The western way of managing state affairs according to laws is so inexorable, while the oriental way of ruling states by men is so complicated, that neither methods are effective. States need to be ruled in compliance with Tao.
17.All affairs that are put into the public domain reflect the best solution to all problems.
18.What programs are bad ones? All programs are bad ones if they prevent people from leading happy, joyous, free, and blessed lives, but make people feel anxious, miserable, annoyed, dreaded, and worried.
19.Mankind is facing multiple crises, and the core one is the crisis of the soul.
20.What money can buy is not precious, but what money cannot buy is a treasure.
21.Preaching, in and of itself, cannot reach its goal; it also needs the corresponding program as its supplement.
22.Man falls into five categories:
(1)Ignorant persons are driven by instincts
(2)Laities are driven by desires
(3)Mortals are driven by sentiment
(4)Sages are driven by rationality
(5)Saints are driven by spiritual senses and saints are celestial
23.Man has six senses: visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory (taste), tactile, and spiritual.
24.The sum of positive and negative energy in universe is always zero, therefore what everyone pays is always equal to what they gain.
25、Life is a short journey of LIFE in the human world.
26.All the preaching and orders that make people happy, joyous, free, and blessed are moral, all of those that prevent them are the opposite
27.We should pursue three great treasures in life:
1. Soul wealth
2. Intellectual or ideological wealth
3. Material wealth
Soul wealth is the most important and should be persued first, then comes intellectual or ideological wealth, and third is material wealth. None of these three great treasures are dispensable and a life without any one of them will be imperfect.
28.Man lives to pursue happiness, joy, freedom, and blessings. All of our activities are centered on this goal. If we ignore this goal of the existence of life, we will be putting the cart before the horse, whether it is studying for a doctorate’s degree, marrying to found a family, establishing a company, pursuing of an official career for more money, or self-cultivation. Pursue happiness, freedom, and pleasure, and fully enjoy all your blessings along your journey through life, and hence love life, love being, love nature, and feel gratitude - this is the moral of being a person and also the major value and significance of life.
29.The highest realm of life is to read extensively, have the world in mind, cure severe illness, make vigorous effort to improve situations, benefit people, and help to create a paradise where all people will live harmoniously with each other. The highest realm of LIFE is to self-improve and self-refine, release souls of people from purgatory, become a Celestial Being and achieve Buddhahood, and realize Supreme Authentic Wisdom.
30.The easiest habit to form and the easiest to ignore, but the most harmful to life and LIFE is the habit of accepting favor and forgetting to feel gratitude.
31.That which is most easily obtained is the most precious. We must be very clear-headed that what comes by easily is very precious. We should not think that what we have gained easily is of little value. Rather, that which is most readily available is most precious. We should regard them as favors from the Greatest Creator and we should take this principle as the valuable book of life.
32.The eight (8) secrets of life are:
(1)The more one pays, the more they gain；
(2)The uglier one’s soul is, the more painful they feels
(3)The more perfect one’s LIFE’s structure is, the more beautiful their appearance will be；
(4)The more words that are given, the greater the loss will be；
(5)The more beautiful one’s soul is, the brighter their future will be；
(6)The more one is possessed, the more trouble they will suffer；
(7)The stronger one’s self-persistence remains, the further one will be from Tao
(8)The more willing one is to pursue shortcuts, the longer their journey will be
33.The eight (8) mysteries of life are:
1)Ask for the Greatest Creator at a critical moment
2)Say ”No!” to avoid disaster
3)Sensation is more reliable than wisdom
4)Capture stimulation from information the first time it is offered
5)Confession can release karma
6)Obtain truth and Tao from the evasive and elusive
7)Enter the Spiritual pure land and unite with Tao
8)Dialogue with the Greatest Creator directly by reading the books without words often
34.The Greatest Creator is the primary productive force.
35.Live for happiness, joy, freedom, and blessing, but not for doctrine, truth, state, political party, organization, religion, or family.
36.The eighteen causes of life’s suffering are:
(1)Incorrect values of life, LIFE, and the universe
(6)Complaining and resentment
(8)Undue ambition for victory and struggle
(9)Arrogance and insolence
(11)Infatuated and poisoned love
(12)Possession and occupation
(13)Contention for fame and gain
(15)Ambition to transform and control other people
(16)Deviation from Tao of nature
(17)Transgression of laws and disciplines
(18)Consciousness of marriage, family, nationality, state, political party, religion, and organization.
37.Mankind’s present is caused by his past and everyone’s present is caused by their past. The Tao of heaven is justice. Therefor, stop blaming heaven and earth, and stop complaining about society, other people, and the government.
38.To create happiness for mankind and individuals, you must rely on the Greatest Creator as well as on yourself.
39.The purpose of creation is to please and serve the creator. Therefore，man is supposed to do this also.
40.From God’s perspective, people are ignorant；from Buddha’s perspective, people are evil；from Celestial Beings’ perspectives, people are short-sighted and stupid；from mankind’s own perspective, people are both good and evil but wise；from animals’ perspectives, people are inconceivable and horrible；from plants’ perspectives, people are wonderful and great.
41.Humanity’s tribulation comes from humanity itself. Every individual’s tribulation comes from themselves. The functioning of Tao abides by rigorous logic and order. The equity and impartiality of the Greatest Creator is incarnated in the functioning of Tao. If we can not understand this principle, the tribulation will never end, and the vicious cycle will continue forever.
42.The most important thing in life is not to try one’s best to possess as much material as possible but to manage to change their thinking.
43.Firm faith in the Greatest Creator, believing in Karma, and putting our best into everything we do are the three magic weapons to achieve carefree lives.
44.Time and energy are the diamonds of life which should be inlaid on the crown. Time and energy should be spent on the place and cause that can best embody the value of life.
45.Life is a journey. No matter how many reincarnations we undergo, even if a thousand or ten thousand samsara in the human world, we will still have only one life in the human world if we have lost our memory. We will not know about our previous lives or ones to come and we will not even know the relations between previous lives and future ones with us or their significance. Only people who can clearly understand their past and can see their future are living in a reasonable way. And only such people can turn tragedy into comedy, enter the realm of freedom from the realm of destiny, and fully enjoy the dainties and regales and magnificent demeanors.
46.The nature of the world is illusion. Life was originally an illusion. The question is how long the illusion may last. If we can survive for a thousand years, ten thousand years, or a hundred million years in the illusion, then the illusion will be meaningful. The past is elusive, the future is elusive, and all the scenes that come to mind when one closes their eyes are elusive, however the effect and influence of all illusions on man are real.
47.These are eight general outlines of human life:
(1)Firm belief in the Greatest Creator and kindness
(2)Diligence and creation
(3)Respect for the old and love for the young
(4)Mastery of balance and never going to extremes
(6)Maintenance of commonness and no pursuit of eminence
(7)A forgiving attitude toward oneself
(8)Cherishing dreams and climbing steadfastly toward the most beautiful place
48.Perfect human nature should meet these eight conditions:
(1)Revere the Greatest Creator, God, and Buddha, and respect other people
(2)Have no ambition for victory and no desire to fight for superiority
(4)Be modest, trustworthy, and honest
(5)Be sympathetic and compassionate
(6)Be able to adjust yourself and remain calm no matter whether you are in prosperity or adversity
(7)Conform to the laws of nature and do not seek eminence
(8)Love life and love labor.
49.A life without direction is blindfolded and a life without values is perplexing. The affliction and misfortune of life lie mainly in the lack of direction and values of life.
50.Life is either like the sun or like reflective material.
If it is like neither, then your life will be completely in the dark and will be as a pile of rotten garbage or a dirty and dark smudge.
51.Everything is but a game. Only the soul is true！Reality is a game. People who are obsessed with it are muddleheaded. People who are happy and pleasant in the game have an awakened consciousness. To own the reality is like the dream of an infatuated person. It is only with a game-playing attitude that you will not miss life.
52.Nothing is of an extraordinary or even a very important matter to life. Only LIFE is important enough to be maintained and cherished. Life is limited and yet LIFE is boundless. Everything in life centers on LIFE and LIFE is the core theme of human life.
53.The universe is holographic and Man is intrinsically blessed with the nature of god, Buddha, celestial, man, beast, and things. The differences in times, environments, family surroundings, educations, and individual efforts have caused some people to succeed in achieving splendid and perfect lives but have caused other people to ruin theirs.
54.A great wish can induce a great life, and a great wish has an incredible effect on life. All who have achieved great results are people with great wishes. Without great wishes, life is like duckweed that drift with the tides. Without great wishes it is impossible to scale the peaks of life and being.
55.As long as one does not know what will happen after their death, it does not matter what kind of life they lead; an honorable one or humble one. In fact, they are only in a death-bed struggle.
56.The human body runs in a program which is set up with eight miracle subprograms:
5)Magic power and art
7)Being possessed by the devil
When conditions are ripe, these eight (8) programs will automatically start up and operate.
57.Life cannot lack belief. Life without belief is contradictory and confusing. It is a life with neither direction nor prospect and one which is doomed to become a tragedy
58.People who want to confer benefits onto society must live for themselves first, while people who want to sin can live for others!
59.Such a short life decides one’s trend and the future of their LIFE. Every one of our words, actions, ideas, and intentions shape our futures. Our merits and sins are recorded justly every moment of every day and night. What we reject and what we accept are entirely our own choices.
60.The most urgent issues in life are how to elevate the nonmaterial structure of LIFE - its spiritual nature - toward the development of higher LIFE space directions and how to sublimate our personalities and perfect our spiritual natures. None of us know what will happen tomorrow. One certain thing is that our LIFE structures will determine the future LIFE we will have.
61.Favor is not debt, but when you are desperate to pay a favor back, you may be forced to sell what you depend on. To avoid such a dilemma, you should not owe others any favors.
62.Everyone has unlimited potential, but the main reason for not giving play to their potential is not because they are born stupid or have insufficient mental skills, but because they have never found their best life track to follow from start to finish.
63.One heavy blow can destroy a person and render them powerless and incapable of recovery. However, it is often the long-term impact of seemingly insignificant charges that bring ruin to people’s lives.
64.Observe the numerous people on the street who are busy coming and going back and forth. Actually we only find two types, those who are pursuing fame, and those who are pursuing wealth. It is normal for the masses to pursue fame and wealth. If we are unable to keep a sober mind, but rather join the ranks of pursuing fame and wealth, we will be bound to connect our carts in front of our horses, delaying our precious lives.
65.Life is so short that big works should be chosen over small ones. Everyone has the capital to take on a big project, this capital is - love.
66.Life is like a play, no matter how long-lived or short-lived, nor whether it gains or loses, succeeds or fails. As one play falls, another rises, rising here and subsiding there. Achieving prosperity in the human world might result in a fall in the kingdom of heaven.
67.Everything has already been doomed. Facing the numerous and complicated life issues, we have only one way to deal with them: keep calm enough to handle all natural events.
68.There is no doubt that people have free will. It is precisely this free will that causes the hesitation, trouble, agony, fear, and sadness in life.
69.One of the guarantees of a happy life is to understand and know yourself. There must be a series of troubles and pain in life. Without understanding ourselves, we would be likely to attribute all the troubles and pain to outside causes and to other people, but never to ourselves.
70.Question: Who writes the script of our life and arranges the track of LIFE?
Answer: It is we, ourselves.
Question: Who is the director?
Answer: It is the program.
71.The shrewd person only cares about an immediate benefit, but the wise one plans for the future.
72.People play all kinds of tricks to hook fish and Satan plays all kinds of tricks to hook people. Fish can not see the people behind their traps and people cannot see Satan behind his traps.
73.Man is absolutely not the result of random evolution，but has been created by angels according to the will of the Greatest Creator.
74.There are no wronged lives or souls in the world. The reasons are eightfold:
(1)The Greatest Creator is equitable and never treats anyone unjustly.
(2)The operation of Tao is meticulous and accurate, “Divine punishments, though slow, are always sure. With big meshes, yet letting nothing slip through”.
(3)Punishments and rewards are meted out accurately by Karma, “There are no gates to fortune or misfortune; you cause your own fortune and misfortune”.
(4)Reality is the projection of one’s own consciousness
(5)Understand that what we are receiving in this life is the result of what we have done in previous lives and that what we are doing now will decide what we will receive in future lives.
(6)The Law of Attraction tells us that those with the same frequency will resonate with each other, birds of a feather flock together, those with the same ideas are attracted to each other, and those in the same boat will share their weal and woe.
(7)The whole of the universe depends on the mind and all rules depend on cognition
(8)The sum of negative and positive energy is always zero, the losses and gains remain in balance, you will gain something when you lose something, and you will lose something when you gain something.
75.Money fails intelligence；Intelligence fails mind；Mind fails nature.
76.I will not help unless my help is asked for, but I will come immediately if it is.
77.Dharma has no set rules, non-dharma is dharma. Form has no set shape, non-form is form.
78.Keep the main and change the others according to the situation.
79.Low wisdom is characterized by rashness, medium wisdom by competition, great wisdom can be mistaken for foolishness, and supreme wisdom is formless. Solve contradictions with formless wisdom. Dissolve all visible conflicts and contradictions with intangible thinking. Low wisdom is kept busy mapping out systems, medium wisdom is occupied with perfecting laws and regulations, great wisdom is preoccupied with spiritual civilization, and supreme wisdom roams freely and unrestrainedly in the spiritual world.
80.Little changes occur gradually but great changes happen in an instant.
81.Quiet places are free from misfortune, but places of excitement may breed disaster.
82.When you are on the wrong path, the faster you walk, the greater will be your losses to endure; When you are on the right path, you will have taken the best shortcut, even if you encounter temporary setbacks, frost and severe cold.
83.Theories and viewpoints are only suitable to particular times and places and are only applicable to certain conditions. When the environment changes, time and space change, or conditions change, such theories or viewpoints must not be applied blindly and mechanically.
84.Times change, ideas change, lifestyles change, and the relations between husbands and wives should adapt to these changes. Only change is the way to steadiness.
85.Happiness always belongs to those who conform to the trends of the times and act according to changing circumstances, but affliction will always be visited upon those who stick to traditions without considering the changes or even fearing them.
86.Any day might be the last day, so one should always accomplish everything most satisfactorily and leave no regrets behind.
87.Thinking has these eight ladders:
88.Wisdom is divided into these five levels in increasing order:
(1)Human eyes wisdom
(2)Deva eyes wisdom
(3)Wisdom eyes wisdom
(4)Dharma eyes wisdom
(5)Buddha eyes wisdom
Human eyes wisdom is the lowest kind and is based on the material world, Buddha eyes wisdom is the highest kind and is acquired after one has acquired enlightenment and can perceive nature.
89.That which can be imagined in one’s brain has existence.
90.Nothing in the universe is impossible, only something that has not been realized or transformed by thinking yet.
91.To obtain Tao, take no account of virtue；
To obtain virtue, take no account of benevolence；
To obtain benevolence, take no account of righteousness；
To obtain righteousness, take no account of courtesy；
To lack Tao, attach importance to virtue；
To lack virtue, attach importance to benevolence；
To lack benevolence, attach importance to righteousness；
To lack righteousness, attach importance to courtesy.
92.Forms give birth to souls, but souls can transcend over forms.
93.Mankind has three origins: the origin from the pyramid, the origin from the Garden of Eden, and the reincarnation of the dragon.
94.Negative, passive, and pessimistic words, moods, and consciousnesses will bring pain, misfortune, and disaster. Being alive, one is supposed to be positive, active, and optimistic.
95.The bewilderment of one’s self comes from the bewilderment of one’s consciousness. The bewilderment of life results from the disorder of one’s consciousness. Our sufferings mainly derive from the sufferings of our consciousnesses. All our uncertainties are rooted in our indefinite consciousnesses, in our failure to understand ourselves, and in our failure to understand what we really need.
96.It is only if we express ourselves clearly that the universe will better cooperate with us; If we do not understand ourselves clearly, the universe will be unable to cooperate with us; God helps those who help themselves; never look forward to help from immortals or emperors without your own effort.
97.The greater the energy, the more invisible a thing will be; the smaller the energy, the more tangible a thing will be.
98.The three constituent elements of the universe are：consciousness, structure, and energy
99.Everyone must build their own soul garden. Jealousy, anger, hatred, complaining, comparing, cursing, worrying, anxiety, fear, falsity, wickedness, ugliness, sloppiness, hypocrisy, laziness, greed, avid possession, forced occupation, desire to excel over others, false exculpation, and other weeds and barnyard grasses must be cleared out of your soul gardens. They must be sowed and planted with sincerity, kindness, virtue, love, faith, honesty, diligence, bravery, unselfishness, devotion, service, care, tolerance, consideration, compassion, mercy, and other beautiful flowers.
100.Affection and romantic sexual love are precious gifts bestowed upon us by the Greatest Creator. We are supposed to enjoy fully the pleasures and sweetness of them.