Meditation for Beginners
Different shells but the Same Coreby Luang Phaw Dhammajayo
Differrences arise as we grow up and start to recognize the variation in nationality, religion, race, skin colour, social status, appearance, etc. Differences can contribute to division and conflict. But once we close our eyes, the differences disappear. Thus, we should close our eyes to seek the universal happiness inside. When we see the universal truth, all differences will become insignificant.The conflicts in this world will vanish. We will think, speak, and act in harmony. In other words, we will think only about virtuous deeds, resulting in the progression of good Dhamma. Goodwill and fellowship will arise. People will seek happiness from giving, not just by taking or receiving. It will be as if there are no borders. We will all feel a sense of belonging to the same brotherhood.
Different shells but the Same Core
Differrences arise as we grow up and start to recognize the variation in nationality, religion, race, skin colour, social status, appearance, etc.Dhamma Articles > Meditation Articles and Techniques > Meditation for Beginners
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