One fisherman was catching fish. One day the fisherman was catching fish.
Seeing it, an eagle jumped and bitten a fish.
Hundreds of crows screamed for the eagle to catch it.
Wherever the eagle went, the crows followed it.
The eagle flew south. The crows went there too. The eagle flew north. The crows followed it, though. The eagle flew east and west. Did not leave it there.
As the eagle flew by the shock, the fish that had bitten it sowed down. The crows left the eagle and followed the fish.
With this confusion, the eagle sits on a tree and thinks, "This is not because of evil. I have thrown it.
As long as worldly desire is present, trouble is not heated. When he abandons it, all his clutter goes away and he feels peace.