Monday, June 12, 2006

Illumination

Following my two months' meditation, Buddha finally decided to visit me.

There I was, sitting under a tree, when he appeared and said, "OK Wanker, I am pleased by your meditation and what have you. As a result, I grant you a single wish. Ask whatever you want, and you will get it."

After thinking for a while, I said, "O Lord, there is only one way everyone can be eternally happy. And it's a simple way - Destroy the universe and everything in it. That way, no one or nothing will exist, and therefore, no one will be unhappy."

Upon hearing, Buddha was a bit shocked, and apparently taken aback. He said, "Look Wanker, you are asking for a tad too much. Forget the universe, but right now my sights are on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car transportation system that is irritating and upsetting me."

Well, what can I say? I can't be selfish and insist he executes my wish. It seems he has his own problems on his mind, or rather in his vicinity. But talking about the cable car, why do we need crap boxes dangling from equally crappy cables around Hong Kong? And I don't think Buddha appreciates lazy people visiting him in cable cars.

What gives? Can anyone illuminate me? Many thanks in advance.

Peace.

2 Comments:

Anonymous hua said...

So as to display the deep contrast between the mundane world (cable cars) and the enlightened (Buddha in the distance), so that those in the cable cars will get the message plain and simple?

Then again, most of us are too stupid to realise anyway. =P

2:09 PM, June 15, 2006  
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