(Master Jun Hong Lu’s Call-In Radio Program)
IT IS NOT THAT THE LOVE IS TOO DEEP, BUT THAT THE KARMIC DEBT IS TOO GREAT
Caller: There is a saying that goes, ‘It is not that the love is too deep, but that the karmic debt is too great.’ A Buddhist practitioner would like to ask Master Lu, from the Buddhism perspective, is this to some extent true?
Master Jun Hong Lu: Of course. It’s all about karmic affinity. It’s not because a person loves too deeply, but rather that he is too greatly in karmic debt. You tend to love the person you are karmically indebted to; there would be no love if such karmic debt and affinity did not exist in the first place. Look at what I have been doing for Guan Yin Citta Dharma Door. I desperately put all of my efforts into helping sentient beings. Do you think it would be possible for me to put so much effort in if I didn’t love Guan Yin Citta Dharma Door?
Caller: That’s right.