A 23-year-old woman doesn’t want to get blamed for something that is not her fault. She cannot stand that she get blamed for others’ mistakes or errors. She is imagining far ahead. She is hesitating to have a child because her child might cause her trouble and she does not want to get blamed for her child’s mistakes or errors. She is also upset with her husband. She thinks he is inconsiderate. She is wondering if she should change herself, her way of thinking. Or is it OK to be as she is? Taigu-Osho answers her question based on his life experience and Buddhist philosophy. He explains the precepts of Buddhism. Two parts- The rules for individuals and the others for a group. One of the most important precept for individuals – having room, buffer in human relationship, and mind.
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