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Somewhere in Tibet were these two Buddhist monks. They have been praying in the mountains for several weeks and have made a vow of celibacy (A vow to not speak, touch, or talk to a woman). While on their way back to the temple, there was a woman in distress next to a rapid river. Rushing to the monks, she explained that she needed to get across, but there is no means and she cannot swim.

Without another word, one of the monks picked her up and carried her across the river. She thanked him as he came back on the other side and they continued on their journey.

Three days later, they finally made it back to the temple. It was then that the other monk finally said something. "I can't believe you broke your vow and carried that woman across the river!" Turning to his brother, the monk shook his head. "I dropped the woman off on the other side of the river. It is you who is still carrying her, brother."
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All great truths begin as blasphemies.