The monks of olden days were forest dwellers, but came to no harm from the tigers, elephants and other wild animals that shared the forest. Why was this so? This was because of the power of love and goodwill which the noble monks ever radiated to all beings. Through the power of love and goodwill, the wild animals of the forest became mild and pacified, and regarded the monks with benevolence.
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