Sep 012011
 

Everything that you are exposed to during your life has some explanation behind it. It it incumbent upon the individual who is interested in learning what life is really about to discern between seemingly obvious, simple, and clear explanations for things that are false or inaccurate, and the actual or accurate explanation for something.

The following picture is from an old Chinese movie, and shows an older man who is a Buddhist monk

The monk is wearing a yellow top and pants,

with a reddish robe cut in a certain way so it covers the left side of his body and part of the right side of his body,

that is portrayed as being a traditional garment associated with Buddhists.

Why is the robe cut to the shape it is, so it covers the yellow garments underneath in exactly the way it does?

It would be easy at this point to accept the obvious, simple, and clear explanation that the choice of colors as well as the cut of the clothing was done for fashion reasons. It seems common sense that whoever it was in the past who designed this traditional clothing that has been worn by Buddhists for decades since it’s creation, designed it for aesthetic reasons.

It would be easy to believe the designer either liked the colors yellow and red or thought they looked good together. And perhaps that is the only reason those colors were chosen. It is just as easy to believe the robe was cut to the shape it is, and draped over the yellow undergarments in exactly the way that it is, because the designer thought that exact pattern of yellow and red was pleasing to the eye.

While all of those statements are reasonable and are probably easy to agree with, according to Happeh Theory, this is one of those situations where the individual who wants to learn what life is really about needs to be able to discern between an obvious, simple, and clear explanation that happens to be false, and an explanation that is factually accurate.

According to Happeh Theory the robe was cut to the shape that it was, and draped over the body in the way that it is, because that is one of the patterns that will develop within the body of an elevated or high level human being. An elevated or higher level human being like Buddhists have a reputation for being.

According to Happeh Theory, any human being whose body develops in a particular way will feel a pattern within their body similar to, or exactly like the pattern created by the red robe and the visible part of the yellow pants and shirt of the Buddhist man’s clothes. The left side of the body along and within the boundaries of the red robe will will literally feel as if it is reaching over to the right side of the body within the boundaries.

 

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