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Each Thought, Word & Action Prompts A Response, So Be Truly Compassionate & Wise

Dharmacharya Andrew. J. Williams

EACH THOUGHT, WORD & ACTION PROMPTS A RESPONSE, SO BE TRULY COMPASSIONATE & WISE

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“If you think positively, with good intentions, in this moment, the subsequent thoughts will be positive, virtuous and meritorious, and result in leaving a positive karmic imprint on your mind-stream.

Conversely, if you think negatively, with bad intentions, in this moment, the subsequent thoughts, if left unchecked, will be negative, non-virtuous and harmful, and result in leaving a negative karmic imprint on your mind-stream.

So think positively, with good intentions, and avoid thinking negatively, with bad intentions.

If you speak and act skilfully, with good intentions, not only will it result in leaving a positive karmic imprint on your mind-stream, it will also most likely result in clear, peaceful and understanding communication with others.

Conversely, if you speak and act unskilfully, with bad intentions, not only will it result in leaving a negative karmic imprint on your mind-stream, it will also most likely result in confused, conflicted and harmful communication with others.

So speak and act positively, with good intentions, and avoid speaking and acting unskilfully, with bad intentions.

If you think, speak and act skilfully and positively, with good intentions, the result will be positive, virtuous and meritorious, and the wise will rejoice in your merits.”

Furthermore, if you maintain a positive and loving attitude, whether or not you are experiencing pleasure or pain, gain or loss, fame or shame, or praise or blame, then every moment can be a lovely moment and every day can be a lovely day. A great opportunity to practise the Dharma and purify your body, speech and mind.

Enthusiastically and joyfully be generous, moral and patient, and diligently develop clear concentration and wisdom.

Maintain a positive outlook in your life. Have faith and confidence in yourself. Have faith and confidence that you can truly be compassionate and wise.”

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~Dharmacharya Andrew. J. Williams~

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