HOW DO WE KNOW WE ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING?

How do we know we are doing the right thing?

This is a personal dilemma.
The Buddha said, “Do good; do no harm; train the mind.”
This tests our conscience.

It all depends on whether we talking conventionally, absolutely or both.

On a conventional level, the right thing is not to create harm and to do good, bringing about balance: love.

On an absolute level, pure awareness recognises what it is that creates harm: in that, balance is automatically restored: love.

On a unity level, the right thing is expressing the ultimate in the relative: unconditional love.

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2 Responses to HOW DO WE KNOW WE ARE DOING THE RIGHT THING?

  1. crestedduck says:

    Happy “Pie” day….

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