"I" really appreciate this lesson. "I" will make a conscious effort 
to work on "my" CAAAS starting today! Your wisdom is obvious. "I" 
enjoy your participation. Happy New Year!



p.s. I find it hard to not say I. But I will work on that as well!

--- In, "Jue Miao Jing Ming - 
覺妙精明" <chan.j...@...> wrote:
> Happy New Year Everyone,
> Some of you may already have made your New Year Resolution.  Here 
is one 
> for your reference --- to be Buddha.  :-)
> Let us imagine that one day, you were enlightened.  You walked on 
> street and tell everyone that you are Buddha and ask them to 
listen or 
> follow you.  What do you think will happen?  :-)
> To be Buddha is not about enlightenment.  Instead, it is more 
about how 
> many you have helped to liberate from suffering.  The more people 
> have helped, the bigger the Buddha you shall be.  Make sense?  
This is 
> labeled as merit.  Of course enlightenment helps, but that is not 
> being Buddha is about. 
> "To be Buddha, is to be transmitted with the heart of Buddha.  The 
> of Buddha composed of nothing other than the heart of every 
sentient being."
> Now, if you think this is too hard and you still have many in 
> chores to work on, then I would suggest the following:
> Manage your CAAAS - Craving, Anger, Attachment, Arrogance, 
> These are in your subconscious.  Manage them means more than not 
> them out, but also making sure these notions don't even arise.  No 
> matter how little. Pure harmony in our intentions at every moment 
is the 
> goal.
> If you think this is too hard, then try to talk without the word 
of "I" 
> and "You".  Use only "we".  This exercise may convert this forum 
into a 
> silent one.  In that case, I apologize.  :-)
> Have fun.
> Happy New Year,
> _/\_


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