The Grandest Philippine Fiesta – Aliwan

You should not miss the Biggest, the Most Colorful and Most Exciting Annual Festival event in the Philippines – Aliwan Fiesta.

Since 2003, it is always the Grandest Fiesta of Philippine Festivals and it’s official website: http://www.aliwanfiesta.com.ph says “it is a showcase how religion, culture, and tradition are woven into the fiber of our existence. Traditional fiestas, which are held annually to commemorate the foundation of a town or province, or honoring its patron saint, are brought together en masse to highlight the Pinoy’s indomitable and ebullient spirit, together with his mien for creativity and innovation. With most major fiestas rooted in the pre-colonial period, there is understandably a festival sector that celebrates Nature’s bounty. Our Filipino forebears worshipped pagan gods who, to them, were responsible for bountiful harvests on land and sea.”

This year, two Leyte contingents tightly competed for the grand champ title in the Street Dance category – the Buraburon Festival of Burauen failed to defend it’s 2018 champion title against Pasaka Festival of Tanauan now the 2019 Grand Aliwan Festival Champion. Manggahan Festival contingent of Guimaras placed 3rd.

In the Float Competition category, Tacloban’s ‘Through the Years’ float hailed as the Champion, while Cebu Sinulog’s IPI 60th year and Palabuni-bunyan of Parang, Maguindanao, placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Ms Sinulog Festival bet Nicole Vance Borromeo crowned as the Reyna ng Aliwan 2019.

WATCH!!! Aliwan Fiesta 2019

Always check the Aliwan’s official website for updates and other announcement: Aliwan Fiesta

Are ET Beings Real? If so..Why Can’t We See Them?

People keep asking if Extra-Terrestrials or ET beings real or not?

I normally answer such question with another question. Do you really want to know if they’re real or not? Now if the answer is yes, then we can proceed and let’s explore the world of the ETs also known as aliens. 

The ETs I know are non-physical beings. They vibrate at another energy level or dimension. Definitely, they cannot be seen by most of us, only those clarivoyants (psychics or gifted people who can see spirits or nonphysical beings) or ET contacts can see or hear them.

Though there were instances that ETs can communicate using our modern day communication equipment (phones, radio receivers) and even television with antennas. But people who are known as ‘channels’ can connect with ETs telepathically or in trance state.

I can categorically state here that ETs are around us, living among us, roaming among us, so I don’t think there’s a need to send astronauts into outer space to make ET contacts. They are already here since the ancient times if we also consider those artifacts, ancient writings, mysterious places and other evidences as featured in alien encounters documentaries such as ancient aliens tv series.

The only thing we should do to make contacts with them is we learn to tune in to their frequencies thru telepathy, and channeling though others can even hear their voices. How can we achieve this? I think meditation is the first step to train (tame) our mind. Thru meditation, we can clear or ‘declutter’ our mind from useless thoughts.

Beware of Social Engineering Attacks

We admit the real fact today, most of us people depend our lives on social media like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tumblr among others.

As we hook ourselves on social media sites, most of us unconsciously or deliberately forget to protect our privacy and we post all details of our personal information and daily routine of our lives.

Mostly people are using social media as their diary, posting their every minute day-to-day life from waking up in the morning until bedtime in the evening.

Social media is very useful to get information for personal gains, sharing and getting news updates but very risky when it comes to giving out your personal information especially when engaging with on-line sellers and always make sure you only deal with legits and not scammers.

We cannot really stop scammers use the social media like facebook, twitter, instagram, and others but I think the best way is we have to control (stop) ourselves sharing our personal information such as location, bank/credit card accounts, passwords, etc.

Not to mention those deliberate attacks to sneak in to your private life and steal your personal media files and ruin your lives by spreading some ‘scandalous videos and photos’.

I think the best way to prevent social media attacks is to know what these attacks are:

Phishing – this is the most common social media attacks using emails, social media at instant messaging and SMS to trick victims to provide sensitive information or visiting malicious URL.

Watering Hole – this type of attack consists of injecting malicious codes into the public web pages of a site that the targets used to visit. The method of injection is commonly used by cyber criminals and hackers. Once a victim visits the page on the compromised website a backdoor trojan is installed on his computer. This method is used for cybere espionage operation or state-sponsored attacks.

Whaling Attack – this is an evolution method of phishing attacks using sophisticated social engineering techniques to steal confidential information, personal data, access credentials. 

Pretexting – the term itself indicates the practice of presenting oneself as someone else to obtain private information by creating fake identity and use it to manipulate the receipt of information.

More information on social engineering attacks: https://resources.infosecinstitute.com/common-social-engineering-attacks/#gref 

 

Rain Dance at ‘Oratio Emperata’ para Umulan, Epektibo ba?

Mga ka-Misteryo ngayong may krisis sa tubig ay iba’t iba ang naiisip na paraan. Siyempre dun muna tayo sa mas siyentipikong paraan tulad ng cloud seeding para umulan at may inaayos ding problema ang Manila Water, Maynilad at ang MWSS sa hatian ng tubig sa Angat Dam.

Maging ang Simbahang-Katolika ay nabahala na sa ganitong sitwasyon kung kaya’t mismong si Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle ay nagpadala ng liham sa mga parokya na manalangin na para malutas ang krisis sa tubig.

Tinatawag itong ‘Oratio Imperata’ ay katagang Latin ng Obligatory Prayer na inuusal tuwing misa ng mga pari sa panahon ng pangangailangan tulad ng kalamidad.

Kung epektibo nga ba ito ay depende kung sino ang naniniwala sa kapangyarihan ng panalangin, pero kung ako ang tatanungin, kapag bukal sa puso’t isipan ang pagdarasal ay garantisadong magkakaroon ng katuparan.

Narito ang Panalangin para Umulan na ibinahagi ni Cardinal

Tagle sa mga mananampalataya na kailangan pangunahan ng mga pari sa kanilang misa.

“Hilingin natin sa Panginoon na ipagkaloob ang biyaya ng ulan na siyang matinding pangangailangan lalo na sa Luzon ngayon upang ang pinsala sa mga pananim at kabuhayan at ang napipintong krisis sa tubig ay maiwasan. Manalangin po tayo.

Ngayong panahon ng krisis, himukin nawa ng Panginoon ang ating mga puso upang matutong magbahagi sa ngalan ni Hesus at mamulat sa ating pananagutan sa kapwa, at sa lahat ng biyayang ipinagkatiwala sa atin. Manalangin po tayo.”

Bukod sa panalangin ay meron ding iba na gustong subukin ang ‘rain dance’, isang katutubong sayaw para umulan. Ito ay ginagawa ng mga katutubong Igorot, Aeta at iba pa. Tulad ng Oratio Imperata kailangan lamang na bukal at walang pag-aalinlangan ang sinuman pag ito ay ginawa.

Naniniwala ang mga katutubo na sa pamamagitan ng seremonya ng Rain Dance ay agad na tutugon ang Kalikasan at magbubukas ang kalangitan para umulan.

Para sa akin ang Rain Dance ng mga katutubo at Oratio Imperata ng Simbahan bagaman magkaiba ng pamamaraan ay magkatulad lamang ang layunin para hilingin sa Poong Lumikha at Kalikasan para umulan.

Gayunman, hindi naman tayo dapat umasa lamang sa himala dahil dapat umaksiyon din ang tao. Solusyunan ang problema.

Para sa inyong mga suhestyun, mag-email sa misteryophilnet@gmail.com. Bisitahin ang website: www.reytsibayan.com www.tonite.abante.com.ph

Devotion (Traslacion 2019)

Belief strengthens Faith,

Faithfuls travel to witness and experience the Divine,

For healing, protection and strong devotion,

Believe in miracles, believe in the good fortune,

Believe in Divine intervention,

Believe in the Power,

To overcome the obstacles and hardships of Life,

To be peaceful, to be enlightened, to ascend,

With the masters, the guardians, the Divine Creator.

– – Rev. Rey T. Sibayan, B. MSc.

 

Ghosts Are Here Again!

Good day Everyone!

It’s a season again of spooky stories and scary experiences due to this year’s remembrance of our dead relatives and friends.

In Christian belief, we call it All Souls’ Day (November 2), which is normally being observed in the Philippines on the first day of November along with the observance of the All Saints’ Day.

Before the ‘big day’ for all the departed souls, we also observe the Western tradition we call ‘Halloween’ or “All Hallows Eve’, which originated in the ancient Celtic festival known as ‘Samhain’, pronounced as “saw-hin’, derived from the Old Irish ‘Samuin’ meaning “summer’s end”. The Festival of Samhain is a celebration of the end of the harvest seasonin Gaelic culture.

The Halloween, the 31st day of October has long been believed by the ancient Gaels believed “the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead overlapped and the deceased would come back to life and cause havoc such as sickness or damaged crops. To ward off these spirits, the Irish built huge, symbolically regenerative bonfires and invoked the help of the gods through animal and perhaps even human sacrifice” (More readings: http://reytsibayan.com/is-halloween-important/).

As of this writing, me and some of my clairvoyant friends have noticed sudden appearances/manifestations of ghosts and non-physical beings, while others can sense the presence of their dead relatives in their houses and departed colleagues in their work places.

It is a sign that the believed ‘overlapping’ of dimensions between the living and dead are now in the process and we expect frequent manifestations of ghosts as we are approaching the October 31, November 1 and November 2 of this year’s remembering the dead celebration.

If you ask me what to do if you see them (ghosts) and suddenly appeared right before your eyes, either you acknowledge them or just ignore them, it’s all up to you. If you acknowledge them then get ready to be annoyed because they got your attention, maybe they need someone who can talk to them and they need help to ascend to high planes of existence. These are conscious ghosts that we can interact or communicate. The other ghost manifestation is called ‘mechanical’, those are shells of energies attached to places of accidents and appear at certain times.

But if you have the ability to see them, I keep reminding you that it is a ‘great responsibility’ because you have the access to see the world beyond the physical reality. It is not a curse as some could normally label it, but rather it is a gift (not special because everyone can activate this) that we can utilize to help the the departed souls to move on to their evolution.

You can read a story of a clairvoyant http://dzrhnews.com.ph/third-eye-confession-clairvoyant/

Prayers, candles, incense and even food can be offered to the souls of the departed. If we think we can help them, then there’s no reason at all to be scared of them. In the end, we will turn into ghostly-form when the time comes for us to evolve to higher dimensions we call Heaven. #

 

Don’t Blame Nature for Calamities and Tragedies

It’s UNFAIR and INJUSTICE if we blame nature for the devastation and tragedies due to calamities like storms, floods, volcanic eruptions and even earthquakes.

We must admit that we are causing (directly or indirectly) these calamities to happen  because we are destroying our natural resources thru mining, quarrying, logging, wastes disposal and others.

We have to learn our lessons and be mindful on whatever effects of our actions. These calamities in whatever degree are reminding all of us to rectify our mistakes, to change our environmental policies and protect the lives of all creation on this planet. It is not too late to save and protect our mother nature for the next generations of human race.

 

 

Do You Fear Ghost Month?

It’s Ghost Month, whether we believe or not in this Chinese tradition, it really happens both in the physical and spiritual realms.

I said, it is really happening yes it is and if you want some proof, it all depends on how you interpret some things in your life.

If you’re a serious guy following the Chinese feng shui practice, you might experience lesser impact or effect of the Ghost Month, such as loosing money, job, business transactions or any bad luck during this period including accidents, sickness, and others.

Ghost Month is being observed during the 7th Lunar Month in the traditional Chinese calendar, which they believe the ‘Gates of Hell’ are open during this period to allow ghosts and spirits to visit the world of the living.

When we talk about ghosts and  spirits, we normally get scared and feel the goosebumps around our bodies, especially if you are not open to the idea of ghosts and souls can roam around with the living.

Ghost Month 2018 starts on August 11 and ends on September 10. The peak part of this Chinese tradition this year will be on August 25, known as the Hungry Ghost Festival, Zhongyuan Jie, Gui Jie or Yulan Festival based on traditional Buddhist and Taoist Festival in certain Asian countries.

In a Facebook post by Vincent Ng Aeria, he has 30 Not-To-Do List during Ghost Month.

Do not….1. Hang out late
2. Spit in the street or tree
3. Stare at the candlelight or burning fire
4. Step On Or Kick offering items / joss sticks along the Roadside
5. Cover up your forehead at night; always pin or put up your hair as high as possible
6. Stare at “them” if you really saw one; look or walk away calmly
7. Make funny jokes or comments on any display altar / offering items along the street
8. Look underneath the altar table when there is a prayer session
9. Shift your eyeballs from left to right or right to left repeatedly if you sensed something; always look straight and walk toward your destination calmly
10. Sniff and follow any pleasant or sweet smell ahead of you
11. Sit on the first few Front Rows of any public Chinese Operas
12. Open your umbrella at night, especially red color type
13. Wear red color costume with high heels and walk alone at night
14. Pick up any unique items found on the street or road
15. Stand Under a Tree in the middle of the night
16. Wait at The Bus Stop after Mid-Night especially already passed the bus service operating hours
17. Whistle alone at night; you may found someone singing along with you
18. Hang your clothes out in the middle of the night
19. Walk in the dark and near the walls; something maybe visible at your side view
20. Answer or respond when someone calls you, especially from behind
21. Turn your head when someone pat on your shoulders in the middle of the street
22. Use any Dark or Black color manicure
23. Comb your hair in front of the mirror in the middle of the night
24. Shout or scream in the middle of the night, stay as quiet as possible if you felt sudden coldness
25. Get emotional and cry in the middle of the night
26. Leave your bleeding wounds in a open air; always cover up the area with plasters or other bandage materials
27. Be a curious person or hero, if you hear some “strange” sound or noise, especially soft crying tone; always act blur.
28. Swim in the pool or lake in the middle of the night; something maybe waiting to pull your legs
29. Play at the playground in the middle of the night; especially the swings
30. Take up the challenge to enter cemetery area or abandoned houses

Festival of the Middle Season 中元节 (Zhong Yuan Jie) is commonly known as the “Chinese Ghost Festival” in folk culture, and perhaps misunderstood and thus translated as “Hungry Ghosts Festivals .

The festival Originated from China, and on the 15th Day of Luanr 7 Month, it is known as the Zhong Yuan Jie 中元节(Festival of the Midde Season), a day Taoists to perform worship to their ancestors and perform salvation rites for the deceased. This day is known as the feast day of Di Guan Da Di地官大帝 (The Earth Official) (中元地官大帝下降考校日). The term “中元” refers to the Earth Official. He is one of the Three Divine Officials – Heaven, Earth and Water (天,地,水三官大帝) in Taoist Pantheon of Deities. Worship of the Three Officials dated back to the Han Dynasty.

On this Day, Taoist Priests would be engaged to perform the Salvation rituals for souls to ascend to the Eastern Palace of Enternal Bliss 青华常乐界(Heavenly Realm). The Earth Official pardon sins and thus it is also a time to seek forgiveness and confession.

Another Taoist deity that Taoists will accord respect, especially during Taoist salvation rituals will be the Heavenly Lord Tai Yi of Salvation (太乙救苦天尊). Taoists believes in seeking deliverance through Lord Tai Yi. Reciting his sacred name will also reap unlimited blessings and liberation.

Some of these have been discussed during my Sunday program in the Philippine’s First Radio Media Network DZRH with Fengshui Expert Aldric Dalumpines.

Another Fengshui Expert Hanz Cua has some tips to follow during Ghost Month.

Stay safe everyone during this Ghost Month, let’s not be scared but we can do things to avoid bad luck, I recommend prayer and meditation and yes we can follow these tips from experts in geomancy. Let’s make the Hungry Ghosts happy.

 

IT Talk: The RS 5-Layer Computer Network Model

This was submitted to Google’s On-Line Course on IT Support Specialist (The Bits and Bytes of Computer Networking) Peer-Grade of 100%)

Let’s take a look what happens at the 5-Layer Network with two networks connected to the same router establishing a TCP connection. In this 5-Layer Network model, the description includes the detailed explanation of the physical layer, data link layer, network layer, transport layer, MAC address, IP address, TCP port, checksum check, routing table and TTL or Time To Live.

I have two networks – Network R and Network S. Network R has the address space of 9.168.130.0/24 while Network S has an address space of 124.119.132.0/24. Network R and Network S are both connected to the same Router T with an interface configured with an IP of 9.168.130.1 on Network R, and an interface at 124.119.132.254 on Network S.

Now, I am connecting a desktop I labelled Computer 1 in my office as the client and part of Network R with an IP address of 9.168.130.100 and another computer on Network S as a server in the IT Department referred to as Computer 2 with an assigned IP address of 124.119.132.100 with a web server listening on Port 80.

Sitting in my office and I need some data from the IT department in another location (node/network) using my PC as Computer 1 as an end user. This is the fastest way to get data using the computer network. I opened a browser and typed in 124.119.132.100 into the address bar. The web browser communicates with the local networking stack, part of the operating system responsible for handling networking functions.

In this process, the web browser is trying to establish a TCP connection to 124.119.132.100 at Port 80. As expected the networking stack will examine its own subnet. It sees that it lives on the Network R with address 9.168.130.0/24 which means that the destination 124.119.132.100 is on another Network S.

Then my PC identified as Computer 1 knows that it has to send data to its gateway configured as 9.168.130.1 for routing to a remote network. After this, Computer 1 will look at its ARP table to determine what MAC address of 9.168.130.1 is, but it doesn’t find any corresponding entry. It’s about time that Computer 1 crafts an ARP request for an IP address 9.168.130.1, which it sends to the hardware broadcast address of all Fs (FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF).

Eventually, this ARP discovery request is sent to every node on the local network, and when Router T receives the ARP message from Computer 1 with assigned IP address 9.168.130.1, it immediately responds to let Computer 1 knows about its own MAC address 00:11:22:33:44:55. Upon receiving this response and knowing its hardware address of its gateway and it’s now ready to start constructing the outbound packet.

My Personal PC which is Computer 1 has been asked by the web browser to form an outbound TCP connection, and outbound TCP port is needed. This the role of the operating system, identifying the ephemeral port of 50000 as available, then opens a socket connecting the browser to the port. The networking stack knows this as TCP connection already before it can actually transmits any of the data being asked by the web browser, and the connection must be established first.

Then after this, the networking stack starts to build a TCP segment, fills in all the appropriate fields in the header which includes a source port of 50000 and the destination port of 80, then a sequence number is chosen and is used to fill in the sequence number field.

Now, it is expected that the SYN flag is set, checksum for the segment is calculated and written to the checksum field. The TCP segment will pass along the IP layer of the networking stack, then constructing an IP header, the header is filled in with the source IP, the destination IP and TTL of 64. The TCP segment is inserted as the data payload for the IP datagram, then the checksum is being calculated and the constructed IP datagram needs to get to Computer 1’s gateway which has a MAC address of 00:11:22:33:44:55 and an Ethernet Datagram is constructed.

Then all fields must be filled with the appropriate data, most notably, the source and destination MAC addresses and finally the IP datagram is now inserted as the data payload of the Etherenet frame, and another Checksum is being calculated. Now we have an entire Ethernet frame ready to be sent across the physical layer.

Next, the network interface connected to Computer 1 sends the binary data as modulations of the voltage of an electrical current running across a CAT6 cable, which connects my PC and a network switch, that receives the frame and inspects the destination MAC address.

The network switch knows which its interfaces this MAC address is attached to, and forwards the frame across only the cable connected to this interface. The Router T can receive the frame and recognizes its own hardware address as the destination of the frame being sent.

Now, Router T takes the whole Ethernet frame encapsulation and calculates a checksum, comparing this with the checksum in the Ethernet frame header and if it matches, this means that all the data is CORRECT. Then it inspects the destination IP address and performs a lookup of this destination in the routing table.

After this, when Router T sees that every detail of the data is in order, then it’s ready to be sent to the Network S 124.119.132.0/24 with the destination address of Computer 2 124.119.132.100 on a locally connected network, then decrements the TTL by 1, then it calculates a new checksum, and creates a new IP datagram, then encapsulated by an Ethernet frame.

Then. the Ethernet frame is being sent out onto Network S and a switch ensures it gets sent out of the interface that Computer 2 is connected to. Computer 2 with IP address 124.119.132.100 immediately receives the Ethernet frame, identifies its own MAC address as the destination, and knows it’s intended for itself, then strips away the Ethernet frame, leaving it with the IP datagram, performs a CRC and recognizes that the date has been delivered intact.

After which, Computer 2 examines the destination IP address and recognizes that as its own, strips away the IP datagram, leaving it with the TCP segment and again, the checksum for this layer is examined, and everything checks out. Then Computer 2 examines the destination port 80 and the networking stack in computer 2 checks to ensure that there’s an open socket on port 80 which is in the listen state and held again by a web browser.

Upon seeing that this packet has the SYN flag set, Computer 2 examines the sequence number and stores it, since it will need to put that sequence number in the acknowledgment field once it crafts the response. After all of this, then it must get a single TCP segment containing a SYN flag from Computer 1 to Computer 2 then send the latter send back a SYN-ACK response to Computer 1 then after the same procedure has been completed, it will send back to Computer 2 an ACK flag.

This is I think a very detailed process of computer networking with my personal Computer 1 on Network R and Computer 2 on Network S on the other end connected to one Router T.

The Buddha’s ‘No Self’ Doctrine

Sharing my thoughts and some facts of the ‘No Self Doctrine’ of Buddhism. You are free to comment or share your insights on this subject. This is my essay submission to the course on Buddhism and Modern Psychology by Professor Robert Wright at Princeton University.

Self, Selfless Or No Self?

It looks like the Buddha’s doctrine of no self is a very controversial subject as it contradicts with the Hindus doctrine on the existence of self. This can be read on the Wikipedia’s explanation of “Anattā and Atman” doctrines: The No Self Doctrine

“Anatta is a central doctrine of Buddhism, and marks one of the major differences between Buddhism and Hinduism. Buddhists do not believe that at the core of all human beings and living creatures, there is any “eternal, essential and absolute something called a soul, self or atman”.[5][6][123] Buddhism, from its earliest days, has denied the existence of the “self, soul” in its core philosophical and ontological texts. In its soteriological themes, Buddhism has defined nirvana as that blissful state when a person, amongst other things, realizes that he or she has “no self, no soul”.

To be honest, I just learned this controversy upon listening and watching the lectures on this course and I want to thank you Professor Robert Wright for sharing your insight and detailed explanation on this subject of the Buddha’s discourse of no self.

As a learner in this course, I am open to the ‘‘no self’ doctrine as I as also agree on the opposite side that there is ‘self’ argument.

In my opinion, both sides of the argument have truths in them because the interpretation of the Buddha’s doctrines depends on the tradition, culture and religious practices of any group – including Buddhist practitioners. In Thailand, Buddhist groups have opposing interpration of Nirvana as true self, while others say Nirvana is the non self. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatta

“In Thai Theravada Buddhism, for example, states Paul Williams, some modern era Buddhist scholars have claimed that “nirvana is indeed the true Self”, while other Thai Buddhists disagree.[76] The Dhammakaya Movement in Thailand teaches that it is erroneous to subsume nirvana under the rubric of anatta (non-self); instead, nirvana is taught to be the “true self” or dhammakaya.[77] The Dhammakaya Movement teaching that nirvana is atta in 1999, has been criticized as heretical in Buddhism by Ven. Payutto, a well-known scholar monk, who added that ‘Buddha taught nibbana as being non-self”.[78] Luang Por Sermchai of Wat Luang Por Sodh Dhammakayaram argues that it tends to be scholars who hold the view of absolute non-self, rather than Buddhist meditation practitioners. He points to the experiences of prominent forest hermit monks to support the notion of a “true self”.[79] Similar interpretations on the “true self” have been put forth by the then Thai Sangharaja in 1939. According to Williams, the Sangharaja’s interpretation echoes the tathāgatagarbha sutras.[80]

I can compare these opposing interpetrations of Buddha’s discourse of no self with the unending debate of Catholics and Christians in the interpretations of the Holy Bible. This arguments will not end because I always believe interpretations are based on the interest and consciousness of any group. I rather recommend influential teacher Ajahn Chah’s statement that “we shouldn’t try to intellectualize about this no self thing,…quit talking about it and just sit down and do it.”

But I like the American Buddhist monk, Bhikkhu Bodhi’s explanation on Buddha’s teaching of non-self, saying “that the Buddha uses different modes of discourse depending on the context. And so when he is speaking within what I would call a contemplative text, within the context of inside contemplation or within the context of the aspiration for liberation, then he takes us at the primary obstacle to the attainment of liberation, is the grasping or clinging to the mental and physical components of our being as a self…the Buddha teaches not that there is no self, but that all of the objects of clinging are not self”

The way I look at it based on monk Bhikkhu Bodhi’s explanation, the Buddha wants us to be aware of our decisions and actions in our daily lives, that we should observe being no self when dealing with everything in this world, to just let go of any issues we are facing and practice being selfless in order to achieve Nirvana.

Please feel free to share your thoughts about this topic. Thank you. Namaste!