This is the Vice Chancellor of the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) writing from my office. How are you? Here I am very fine; ever since I started mind training with the help of chillips I am feeling very focused and calm.
But as a father, the peace of mind is guaranteed by the well-being of our children. My daughter was crying so badly when she didn’t qualify for Bachelors in IT in Sherubtse College. She looks at me and cries badly, that’s when I realized what my daughter was suggesting. I was able to read her mind through meditation. I looked at her marks and found that her Dzongkha mark was good, and with the autonomy and authority bestowed on me as the Vice Chancellor of RUB I adjusted Dzongkha into the criteria for BIT course, which suddenly qualified my daughter into the course.
She was happy, and wrote to me later saying that her course doesn’t actually require Dzongkha at all.
Though I am not involved in sending Lenpo TSP’s daughter for MBBS in Sri Lanka with 62%, I can still be useful to many of you this winter with my adjustment skills. Since exams are near I thought I should send you all this reminder.
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