The Monk That Wanted To Renounce Asceticism Chapter 910

Chapter 910 Eating Together


Lone Wolf instantly understood that Fangzheng was too embarrassed to inform Keke that he didnt know how to cook meat dishes, so he was using this opportunity to look up recipes. His mission was to conceal Fangzhengs misery. Hence, Lone Wolf began running up and down the stairwell as if someone was chasing after him. From time to time, he would yelp or jump twice. When seeing this, Fangzheng couldnt help but mumble. "For this dog not to have become an actor, China has lost out on so many Oscars"

Fangzhengs memory was very good, but he had never been talented at cooking, especially when it came to meat dishes. He still had a kind of resistance deep down in his heart. The thought of a monk preparing meat dishes left him uncomfortable. This resistance only made his learning slower

Finally, an exhausted Lone Wolf crawled up with his tongue hanging out. "Master, are you not done yet? Im about to starve to death."

Fangzheng rolled his eyes at him and said, "Its done. Lets go back to make the dishes."

The moment he heard that, Lone Wolf stood up energetically. He wagged his tail and followed Fangzheng back. He had been acting the entire time

The moment Fangzheng opened the door, he was stunned! He found a meat fragrance inundate his olfactory senses as the sound of frying from the kitchen resounded. The sound of sizzling oil seemed to carry the fragrance over as it left Fangzheng famished.

"Whos cooking?" Fangzheng subconsciously asked. It was impossible for it to be Kekes mother. Without being able to see, how could she cook?

Could it be Keke?Fangzheng immediately rejected the thought.Keke is still young and cant even reach the kitchen top. How could she cook? Did someone sneak in while I wasnt paying attention?

With this in mind, Fangzheng and Lone Wolf rushed into the kitchen, only to be stunned.

They saw Keke on a stool. She held a wok spatula with both hands as she stir-fried the chili and meat in the wok. The meat fragrance whetted Fangzhengs taste buds as Lone Wolf drooled. Then, he rolled his eyes at Fangzheng as though he was saying, "You scum!"

Fangzheng raised his hand and slapped him.

Upon hearing the commotion behind her, Fang Ke looked back. Seeing Fangzheng and Lone Wolf by the door, she wiped the sweat off her face and smiled. "Daddy, wait a little longer. It will be ready soon."

Fangzheng felt as though the entire world lit up when he saw her smile. He didnt know how this child who wasnt even as tall as the kitchen top had learned to cook. However, he knew that the child before him was an admirable and adorable little Bodhisattva.

Fangzheng came to Fang Kes side and gently carried her down. Under Kekes puzzled gaze, he said gently, "Its too dangerous to stand this high. Why dont you teach Daddy how to cook from the side?"

Fangzheng stir-fried the ingredients with one hand as he ruffled Kekes head with the other. Keke looked up at Fangzheng and subconsciously squinted her eyes. She only felt how warm the huge hand was. Her heart warmed up, and she thought, "Is this the feeling of having a Daddy? How nice."

Fangzheng felt his heart wince. Although he was cooking something non-vegetarian, he didnt feel guilt-ridden with sin at all. On the contrary, he gained a deeper understanding of the precepts. They werent dead set rules. They were there to regulate ones mind and not ones body. Following the precepts to the tee was only like wearing shackles, while abiding by the precepts from the heart was true freedom.

Keke was too short. While she gave instructions, she wasnt able to see the situation in the wok.

When Fangzheng realized this, he lifted her as he cooked with one hand. Anyone else would have found it troublesome, but it was naturally easy for Fangzheng who was a monk with enormous strength. After Fangzheng finished cooking, Lone Wolf was responsible for carrying the food to the living room and placing it on the table.

The high-pressure cooker was switched on to stew a chicken to make clear soup with. Two vegetables were then stir-fried.

When all the dishes were placed on the table, Keke sat on a stool and widened her tiny mouth, crying out in delight. "Wow!!! So much meat! What a plump chicken! How fragrant I havent eaten this for so long It smells so good. Mommy, quick, come out. Theres good food today!"

As she spoke, Keke jumped off the stool and pranced to the room. Fangzheng smiled when he saw this. At the same time, he slapped Lone Wolf who had leaned forward to take in the fragrances.

Fangzheng followed Keke into the room and saw Keke standing happily by the bed. She gestured the size of the chicken and how fragrant it was. Zhang Huixin leaned against the bed head and smiled. Although she couldnt see, she could feel Kekes joy. As the saying goes, mother and daughter share the same mind, so perhaps Kekes every action was clearly reflected in Zhang Huixins mind.

Upon seeing the duos smiles, Fangzhengs heart warmed up. He said with a smile, "Amitabha. Patrons, its mealtime."

Upon hearing that, Zhang Huixin was stunned before she said bitterly, "Abbot Fangzheng, the two of you should eat first."

Fangzheng shook his head. "Patron, this is our first meal as a family together. We cant be missing you."

"But Mommys legs." Keke felt a little worried as well.

Fangzheng smiled. "Your Mommys legs arent a problem. Jingfa."

Lone Wolf was stunned. Why was he being called for?

Fangzheng looked at the idiots uncooperative look and felt somewhat exasperated. All he could do was bring over the chair he had borrowed from Granny Zhang and say, "Patron, theres a chair here. Sit on it. This Penniless Monk will carry you over."

Zhang Huixin was stunned. "Chair? Youll carry me?"


"Then Does that mean I can go out?" Zhang Huixin asked, feeling somewhat agitated.


When Zhang Huixin heard that, she immediately teared up. People who hadnt lost their mobility would never understand the despair and misery one felt from being trapped inside a room. Although it was a short distance from the bedroom to the living room, the joy of finally being able to go to another room was no less than when ones child made a name for itself!

Ever since she had been paralyzed, Zhang Huixin knew it would be difficult for her to leave the bed. After all, Keke was still too young. It was not easy for her to help herself in her daily life, much less help her out as well.

As Zhang Huixin was malnourished, her recovery had always been slow. She didnt have much strength, so crawling out was very difficult as well. Furthermore, crawling out only added a burden to Keke and caused trouble. She had originally lost herself to despair, but now, when she suddenly heard that she could leave the room, her joy instantly turned into tears.

Keke obediently climbed onto the bed and helped Zhang Huixin wipe her tears like an adult. "Mommy, dont cry."

With Fangzhengs help, Zhang Huixin easily sat on the chair. Then, Fangzheng exerted a little force to lift the chair and brought it to the living room.

Zhang Huixin could sense the body temperature of the man behind her, as well as the smell of sandalwood from his body. Although she knew that the person behind her was a monk, Zhang Huixin couldnt help but remember her husband.If only he was still around