A Lunar New Year’s Story: Gong Hey Fat Choy


Editor’s Note:In celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year, I am sharing with you one of my favorite new year’s stories written byVen. Master Xin Yun (Master Hsing Yun). You can either read the text below or hit the play on the video provided. Whichever way you want as long as you get the message behind this story is fine with me – and also, if you can answer the question at the end of this post, that will be appreciated! (All the pictures used in this post were compiled from different sources using Google Images. Thank you very much to the individual sources.)

Gong Hey Fat Choy !

Gong Xi Fa Cai!


On a rainy night of New Year’s Eve, a lonely little girl was saddened by the disagreements that brought upon her family members.

Little girl sadly said, “It’s Chinese New Year’s Eve, but it’s been raining…

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