Thinking sometime disciple, one said, “so we lose the peace in anger!”
“But when the other person is standing in front of us, then what good is a need to shout at him, which is to say that even if you can say in a low voice,” again asked the hermit.
Some pupils also tried to answer, others were not satisfied.
Eventually hermit explained …
“When two people are angry at each other, their hearts are far away from each other. And at this stage they can not hear each other without having to yell … the more they will be more angry the more will be the distance between them and the faster they will shout.
What happens when two people are in love? Then they shout but speak slowly, because their hearts are close, the distance between them remains nominal. “
The monks continued to speak, “and when they start loving each other so much more than what happens? Then they do not speak, they just look at each other and come to understand the point of the front. “