Recently, I read a Chinese monumental adventure masterpiece about Tibetan culture –“The Tibet Code.” "The Tibet Code" is the only great adventure novel about pursuit of Tibetan Buddhism andTibetmillennium secret history in the world. Reading this book, I have deeply felt something about the anchorage of life many times.
Still remember that, when the main hero in the novel Mr. Johnson sunk in the depth of the most dangerous and despairing abyss, his lover gave up for lost suddenly and then lost her breathing, lost her all hope and spirit support and tended to death. It’s the first time I have realized the strong power of the anchorage of life. Another example, when a person in the work who has found his lost wife more than seventeen years found that his wife had been killed, he seemed old instantly and lost himself suddenly. In the last seventeen years, all that the person left with was to seek his wife back one day.
These might be some kind of exaggerated in novel, but we have ever seen or heard the similar experiences in our real life. All these have told us the same: everyone has a basic hope of existence. Once it’s broken, one would lost oneself and the meaning of life.
This kind of hope can be a man, a word, belief or others. Sometimes, we call this kind of hope as faith. It is well known that faith is a kind of anchorage in one’s life, no matter whether it’s true or not. With the faith being, one has power to do all what one wants, but once lost, one would lose all thoroughly, life included. Therefore, never break one’s hope easily, or sometimes, you may break a man at the same time.