Lord Buddha took his disciples to the countryside
once upon a time. Lord Buddha took his disciples to the countryside. While walking in the city, town, village, forest, he and his disciples continued to discuss knowledge. On the way, he used to give practical proof of knowledge to his disciples with as many examples as possible. Once, the entire team was touring the forest. In the meantime, a river arose, which crossed it and as soon as it came out of the forest, Buddha told one of his disciples that Watts, I am thirsty. Flood the river with water for me.
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Water is not fit for you
The disciple walked with a pitcher in readiness. In a short time, that disciple came back empty-handed and said that God! Pardon. That water is not worthy of your comfort. Lord Buddha said that now we have all come from the same path, then that water was not impure. The disciple replied that God! Right now the whole river has turned black.
The disciple said- I filled the clean water in the pitcher
After some time Buddha asked his second disciple to bring water for me from the river. The disciple also immediately started carrying the pitcher. After some delay, the disciple returned and presented the pot filled with clean water to the Lord. After drinking the water, Buddha asked if you brought water from somewhere else. The disciple said, "No God!" This water belongs to that river. The soil of the river dissolved in the water. I waited for a while and when the soil sat down, I filled the clean water in the pitcher.
I expressed my desire for water to explain the importance of patience
On hearing this, Lord Buddha said that, Watts, I saw a herd of animals going towards the river. That is why I expressed the desire for water to explain the importance of patience. The first disciple did not find the river water inaccessible because the soil dissolved in the water as the animals crossed the river. This water is also taken from the same river, but now it is completely clean and drinkable. The first disciple showed impatience and left the water as the same nectar as dirty. The other disciple patiently waited for the clay to sit and found the desired thing.
Difference between patience and patience
This is the difference. In patience and impatience, a person in impatience also rejects what is available in front of him. A patient patient calmly waits for the right time and finds what he wants with little effort.