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.