Wednesday, March 16, 2016
This recitation should be repeated slowly 3 times so at least one of them will be recited mindfully and intentionally.
I have wasted enough time. Why waste any more time?
Today I will do something constructive and beneficial
with my time instead of squandering it on meaningless
My life could easily have been different. I might have
died in infancy, be suffering grinding poverty, or be
experiencing any of the things that are anathema to
pursuing a life of love, kindness, and compassion. I
am truly fortunate indeed.
If even mountains are subject to change and dissolution,
how much more so is my body which is sometimes
susceptible to disease, breakdown, the elements,
accidents, and all kinds of harm? I must utilize the
opportunities of today before the chance is lost forever.
Posted by A Buddhist Practitioner at 8:25:00 PM
Labels: Mahayana Ceremony
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