I have been meeting countless westerners who come to Bali many times, and telling that the smile of Balinese is unique and different.
There are many things behind certainly, but one thing for sure Balinese elders put more emphasis on kindness than cleverness.
As an example, in Bali there is special holyday when the Balinese say deep thank you to the trees. The holyday is called Tumpek Pengatag.
Another example, there is another holyday when the Baliniese express thank you to tools which are made by iron. It’s called Tumpek Landep.
If Balinese elders pay such deep respect to trees and iron, you can imagine how deep the respect of Balinese elders to gods and goddess.
As a person who was born in one of the old village in Bali, it’s still clear in my memory that the firts song that we learn as a kid is “eda ngaden awak bisa”.
It’s a beautiful song any way. There’s the lesson of being humble, respecting the others, deep understanding about the impermanence nature of everything.
In short, before the Balinese children entering the gate of “cleverness” in the school, the elders equiped us with “deep kindness”.
It’s not coincidence that western researchers on energy concluded, the vibration of heart (kindness) is thousand times higher than the vibration of head (celverness).
If we are blessed to share this spirit to the incoming world leaders to Bali, the vibration of world leaders will be higher. Consequently, the vibration of earth also getting higher.
Welcome to Bali world leaders of G20. It is such an honour to share the peace vibration of Bali island to all of you. May all beings are happy.
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