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Bhikkhu Pesala wrote:The most important bit is the one that you're able to make use of at the moment.
The in- and out-breath is what we can make use at any moment!
A soup spoon does not know the taste of the soup.
A dhamma spoon does not know the taste of the Dhamma!
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"He who sees Dependent Origination, sees the Dhamma; he who sees the Dhamma, sees Dependent Origination." MN 28
Everything else in the Dhamma can be derived from that (impermanence, kamma, compassion, anatta, etc.)
"Dispositions of the mind, like limbs of the body, acquire strength by exercise." --Thomas Jefferson
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Peace is the most important thing.
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David N. Snyder wrote:
How can I choose only one?
Okay, easy: Samma Ditthi
That covers everything; understanding of the Four Noble Truths, the way to end suffering, and the Path out of suffering.
I wish I'd thought of that.
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