Thursday, July 27, 2006

The Buddha Says 15 ...

When a man banishes heedlessness by heedfulness, he becomes wise and is free from sorrow. He sees clearly the sorrowing people as one who stands on the hill looking down on the plains.
Dhammapada 2 : 28
* Only when one is mindful and heedful can one escape from the pain of Dukkha.
* With greater and greater practice of mindfulness and heedfulness, one can find true happiness, peace and freedom of mind. One will then be in peace and harmony
# with the physical world outside.
# with all beings he interacts with and relates to.
# within the inner world of the mind.
With Metta,
Bro. Oh Teik Bin

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