When I asked for silence, I was given jumbled senses and noises.
When I am given silence, I was struck by a realization:
That life can be so vain, that I can be so empty, so weak.
I am the kind of person who cannot practice what I preach. The biggest gap exists not between ignorance and knowledge, but between knowing and doing. Sometimes I don’t even try to build a bridge for the gap.
I should learn from the repeated blows that my experience had sufferred me, and shut my big mouth when it is not needed.
When I ask for silence, maybe I should be silent first…
And peace will be added to the silence inside me.