A tragedy is a way of looking at things in life; it is not life itself. Just as our view of the world changes colour when we look through a different-coloured glass, we need to see things for what they are, through the lens of our heart.
Each event in our life is designed to teach us a lesson. But we get carried away with our emotions because we react to them instead of observing them, identifying them, and recognising their true lessons.

悲劇

悲劇是看待生命事物的方式,而非生命本身。正如我們對世間事物的看法,會隨不同顏色的鏡片而改變,大家需要通過內心的「鏡頭」以看清事物的本質。
生命中每項事件的意義是為給我們上一課。但是,我們總被情緒牽引得太忘形,因為我們選擇給予反應而非去觀察,去辨別它們,並明白其背後的課題。

 

The Prism of Life (by Ansh Das, Signal 8 Press 2014)