Light on the Path
The following lines is from book Light on the path and it is somewhat important i guess,
Before the eyes can see
They must be incapable of tears
before the ears can hear
They must have lost their sensitiveness
before the tounge can speak
it must have lost the power to wound
Means, When we see something, we feel bad and it took tears to eyes. But our eyes should be incapable to tears in situations. When we hear the talks of others, we are feeling bad, but if our ear lost it’s sensitiveness, this problem could be resolved. Also, if whatever we speak, if it lost the power to wound other then it would be great.
Seems philosophy, but correct too.