Meditation for PeaceMeeting Monks Often.It’s a physical happiness classified as external happiness.There are two kinds of Happiness:1. Sensual indulgence: It’s a physical happiness classified as external happiness.2. Another is meditation, which is not adhering to the material aspects of life but creates a peace of mind and wisdom classified as an Inner peace for the Enlightened one.Both of them when compared, result in the latter one being a much more exceptional and desirable happiness that nothing could be compared with.It’s the happiness that we could not expect and we are not accustomed to.It’s the happiness that we could not expect and we are not accustomed to. It’s a kind of individual matter, even though we have read a lot of books about it. It’s a till complex to understand.Nevertheless, we will believe it when we have met a person who attained this happiness. At least, we would like to try to follow up or possibly not take action other than receiving a seed of an idea that has been planted in our mind from it.The one who could attain this kind of happiness is only a monk.It refers to the one who ceases from doing bad deeds with body, speech and mind.Who is a monk?It refers to the one who ceases from doing bad deeds with body, speech and mind. In other words. He abstains from doing all bad deeds correspondent to the morality of the monastic disciplines (sila) including the Dhamma.Seeing a monk, one will be inspired to think of the Dhamma.A metaphor for the definition is: A bomb when having its primer lit would extremely explode and would show its colossal power.The keen Intellect and efficiency of a person will be brought out from seeing a monk.For instance; even Prince Siddhartha who was the most Enlightened One, had seen a monk and was then inspired to seek the Dhamma and eventually attained Enlightenment.
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