Regard the three truths.(1)-They are equal. These written above are the first of
the rules which are written on the walls of the Hall of Learning. Those that ask
shall have. Those that desire to read shall read. Those who desire to learn
PEACE BE WITH YOU
1 The Three Truths are thus given in the eighth chapter of The Idyll of the White lotus :
"There are Three Truths which are absolute, and cannot be lost, but yet may remain silent for lack of speech."
"The soul of man is immortal, and its future is the future of a thing whose growth and splendour has no limit."
"The principle which gives life dwells in us, and without us, is undying and eternally beneficent, is not heard, or seen, or smelt, but is perceived by the man who desires perception."
"Each man is his own absolute law-giver, the dispenser of glory or gloom to himself; the decreer of his life, his reward, his punishment."
"These Truths, which are as great as is life itself, are as simple as the simplest mind of man. Feed the hungry with them."