Has anyone heard of this saying/poem before? When just reading through it, you might say that this is just common sense about the trunks clattering when there's wind and quieting down after the wind has passed. But, this saying actually has a deeper meaning which I'd like to share with the rest of the BAF community. The bamboo grove represents us while the wind represents troubles, problems or misunderstandings. When there's wind, the trunks clatter against one another in the same way that we might find ourselves pressured, stressed and even angry when we have troubles, problems and misunderstandings. When the wind has passed, there's no more reason for us to be pressured, stressed and angry. That's the ideal but sadly, it's not often the case. Now, how many of us have remained tensed and stressed even after solving our problems already? How many of us have remained angry and therefore ruining our day, after the thing, event or person that caused us to be angry has already passed?