Annapurna wrote: ricebowl wrote:
it makes me admire women renunciants more than male renunciants as there are many monks who looked fine without hair while women's hair is probably an area of solace of her feminity
An area of solace?
In front of this desk where this laptop is placed there is a Taiwanese DVD drama about a handsome young man who is also the eldest son of the owner of a hotel, while he fell in love with a girl who was the cleaner of his luxurious suite office.
The cleaner girl, reminiscent of the Buddha's disciple Venerable Upali, had come from a poor Cinderella-ish family, draws less than a percent of the hotel owner's son's income monthly, while her beautiful long hair, radiant smile, healthy energy, and youthful charm possibly is barely a solace as far as a theravadin follower is rightly concerned over, it made me watch the DVD from episode 1 to the end.
Heck maybe her hair is solace towards a guy more than herself.
I don't wanna say sorry, I won't wanna say oops.. it's just nice at a certain age watching DVDs about girls with long hair than girls with less hair. It was quite embarrassing when I told a nun I liked her months ago, works easier telling a lay householder girl that I liked her. Yes the long hair, that is likable too. This is soo mundane, and soo silly, yet this is soo truthful a personal truth that comes with a tinge of dukkha
My mom has got short hair