Shih-yin， after this reply， felt it difficult to make any further inquiries. "The primordial scheme，" he however remarked smiling， "cannot， of course， be divulged； but what manner of thing， I wonder， is the good-for-nothing object you alluded to a short while back？ May I not be allowed to judge for myself？" sax toyes
"This object about which you ask，" the Buddhist Bonze responded， "is intended， I may tell you， by fate to be just glanced at by you." With these words he produced it， and handed it over to Shih-yin. rabbit vibe
Shih-yin received it. On scrutiny he found it， in fact， to be a beautiful gem， so lustrous and so clear that the traces of characters on the surface were distinctly visible. The characters inscribed consisted of the four "T'ung Ling Pao Yue，" "Precious Gem of Spiritual Perception." On the obverse， were also several columns of minute words， which he was just in the act of looking at intently， when the Buddhist at once expostulated.