Meditation for PeaceEstablishing Oneself ProperlyLocation, making sound investments and demonstrating good management.A merchant can be wealthy be wealthy because of acquiring a favorable. Location, making sound investments and demonstrating good management.A gardener can be prosperous because of utilizing good soul, choosing quality-selected seeds and exhibiting good management.So, before our accumulated merit will be in short supplyA layperson that dwells in a favorable place and has Merit accrued from previous lives but does not continue carrying out further good deeds, will eventually be bereft of merit (Punna), as well as not being suppoted by his/her environment, and will depart this life early,So, before our accumulated merit will be in short supply, we had better try to cultivate increased amounts of new merit, instead.The methods deemed necessary to establish oneself properly is to set up your goa;s of life into three levels.attain Nirvana so we will be following the path of the Lord Buddha’s Teachings.1. Target on the Earth is to launch a goal for this life by having established him/herself in a livelihood brimming with honesty.2. Target in the Sky is to solidly intend to make the most merits for our betterment in the next life, since all living beings must be reborn in the Rounds of Existence (Samara) as long as any defilement still remains in our minds.3. Target over the Sky is to create a goal to dedicate all of our concentration on meditation for the rest of lives so as to extinguish all defilements, and to attain Nirvana so we will be following the path of the Lord Buddha’s Teachings.Whosoever can establish themselves properly with these three targets as their Goals of life are known as the ones who have established themselves properly.
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