Anger by Vaibhav

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He turned and entered the classroom, his face flaming with temper. I followed and resumed my place. The Indian Teacher returned to his lectern and he then picked up his papers. He opened his mouth at the same instant as a lama entered. “Honoured Sir,” said the lama to the Indian Teacher, “I have to ask you to go to the Lord Abbot and I am instructed to continue with this lecture. ” Sullenly the Indian Teacher gave a rough summary of the position, and said that he was about to deal with Nirvana.

As I was standing there thinking, a young lama came into the room in a hurry. ” he said. ” Then he stopped and said, “Pooh ! ” So I told him about the herbal ointment, and he said, “Let us hurry to the Infirmarian to see what can be done to get rid of that stench before you see the Inmost One. ” CHAPTER FIVE TOGETHER we rushed down the corridor towards the Infirmarian's Office. TOGETHER ? NO, not quite ! The young lama did the rushing, I followed on faltering legs. Followed because he had a grip on the front of my robe and was towing me.

I thought, now I am almost BELIEVING that I was blown up. Ow ! I wondered what the Inmost One thought — or knew ! We skittered around the corner and swept into the Office. The Infirmarian was having tsampa. At sight of us he paused and looked up ; his mouth dropped open at seeing me again and his hand hovered between bowl and mouth. “You again ? You ? ” The young lama, gasping with excitement, anxiety, and lack of breath, poured out a stumbling cascade of words — almost tripping over his own tongue with the speed of his speech.

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