The new student could not find himself in the monastery. He did not understand many things, and for many, he had a different opinion. The master was not showing enough and explaining too little, not caring enough about the students' progress. Finally, the student, completely resigned, went to Master and, sharing his feelings, asked:
- What should I do? How to prepare? How to judge if I chose correctly?
"Don't be afraid to ask questions," said the Master to the student. - Don't be afraid to attack the authority.
- But how do I learn to ask questions?
- Ask about everything until you get an answer that satisfies you.
Ask boldly and keep going. You see, a real master is like a bell. If you sway slightly, you only hear a slight vibration. But if you move hard, hit hard, you will hear a strong, loud sound that will penetrate you deeply. Sometimes this sound rings in your ears even after a significant amount of time has elapsed. This is science.
It also happens that the bell has no heart. It's big, bloated, and looks like it's about to make a great sound. But someone took his heart, took his soul. Or he never had that heart. You can