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A Divine Celebration of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day 2019, Part 2 of 6

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While reviewing this celebration, Master was “touched to tears by the heartfelt performances, so full of love and dedication, so much diligent work behind the scene, so much pure kindness and unconditional spirit. Please thank all involved and those who came from far and wide to help and partake in the joy. Though I wasn’t there, but still felt soo much Love from all of you. May you feel the Love of God through each other’s hearts. Love you too forever...! Master later added, “I feel sorry for myself, having missed out on such superb, world-class performances but also feel lucky that I can watch them after, on-screen. Thank you all for so much beauty and uplifting shows. All my love and God bless.” Let’s start with Part 2. “First enjoy some more remarkable performances, and we will continue with our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai’s outstanding contributions.” “The following dance expresses our deepest respect to all the great Masters. Please welcome “Thousand-Hand Quan Yin Bodhisattva” by Kaohsiung and Tainan Centers in Taiwan (Formosa).” “Yes, all of us can be Master’s thousand hands and thousand eyes, by doing good deeds with selfless dedication every day. Master once said that when we feel we are compassionate and noble inside, long to go back to our original Home, and have sympathy towards sentient beings, then we have attained the result. This is better than the initial experience of just hearing inner Heavenly Sound and seeing inner Heavenly Light.” “Master cares about all beings at all times and She sets the best example for selfless dedication.” “Next, please enjoy two violin performances, The first performance, entitled ‘The Morning of Miaoling,’ was originally written for the koudi (a small Chinese bamboo flute). Now, it has been adapted for the violin. While preserving the characteristics of koudi music, it gives full play to the violin instrument combined with Erhu’s portamento and flute’s sliding technique, etc. It depicts the happy life of the Miao people. The second piece is ‘Go! Go! Go!’ by Master.”
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