98. Everything comes from action

Throughout his life, Luang Pu never accepted the idea of lucky hours or lucky days. Even when he was simply asked, “What would be a good day to ordain?” or “to disrobe?” or “Which days are lucky or unlucky?” he never went along with the idea. He’d usually say, “All days are good.” If people asked him to determine an auspicious time, he would have them go find out for themselves, or else he would say, “Any time that’s convenient is a good time.”

He would conclude by saying,

“Everything comes from our behavior. Good times, bad times, lucky times, unlucky times, merit, sin: All these things come from human behavior.”