Sung Bien, a title, in the French Indochina, is equivalent to the Deputy Chief of Canton, an administrative Unit, between the District and Village. T. stands for Tam, that is, Truong Minh Tam (1886-1962). His family was about 300ms from the Temple Market (Chợ Đình). When Master Huynh launched His mission, despite his neighbors’ dísuasion, he held that Master Huynh would be a mad person and possessed by an evil spirit. Later, he repented and asked for pardon from Master while on the agricultural campaign in 1945. Afterwards, many of his children and grand children were known as devoted Hoa Hao Buddhists. Toward the end of his life, Tam died of a severe disease. (This story is a senior Hoa Hao Buddhist's finding with Mr. Truong's family).
Bureaucracy: the place where officials perform their duties.
Wolf and Pervert: Wolf is a feline (catlike animal), weighing 20 to 35 kilos, living in a pack of five to 10, shying away from human habitats. ‘Pervert’ is opposed to ‘the righteous,’ designating those who abuse their powers as sycophants and corrupt. By the wolf and pervert, Lord Master meant the Vietnamese who took pride in working for the French but should be ashamed of being underlings for the French colonial power. Sung Bien is a typical example of these callous people who Lord Master thought did not deserve being called a decent official.
Blind: Lord Master who was Bodishattva, Saint, live Buddha, pretended to be layperson, disabled, but descended to save the world, and very sad that the folks have no regard for Him. He forewarned that these would later realize who He indeed was, and their repentance was too late.
Many years on in memory: Lord Master said what He said has been and will have been proven. His words were simple yet contained many profound meanings which the layperson couldn’t understand straight away. Therefore, when He just launched His mission, many of the village who saw him just 20 years of age, had not yet believed in His teachings until He demonstrated miraculous faith healing performances and an unimaginable wealth of knowledge and unsurpassed eloquence.