(1) One can only expect the fulfillment of one's aspirations if one is perfect in morality.
(2) When practicing generosity (dana) in the religion of the Buddha, the mental attitude and volition involved are very important.
(3) Believing in the law of kamma, one should always act with an upright mind.
(4) One should not aspire to any happiness of either the human or celestial worlds — which are impermanent — but only to Nibbana.
(5) Because of the arising of the Buddha we have the opportunity to practice right conduct (carana) and wisdom (pañña) fully and thereby to benefit greatly.
(6) From the moment we are born to the moment we die, there is the in-breath and the out-breath. This is easy for everybody to understand. Every time we breathe in or out, the breath touches near the nostrils. Every time it touches we should be aware of it.
(7) While we are walking, working, doing anything, we should always be aware of the in-breath and the out-breath.
jcsuperstar wrote:'Way to Ultimate Calm' seems liek a great book name... im gonna have to find this now
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