อนุทิน #113032

Buddha Vacana (August 31, 2555)

Develop the meditation that is love, for by so doing, hatred will be got rid of.  Develop the meditation that is compassion, for by doing so, harming will be got rid of.  Develop the meditation that is sympathetic joy, for by doing so, dislike will be got rid of.  Develop the meditation that is equanimity, for by doing so, sensory reaction will be got rid of.  Develop the meditation on the impure, for by doing so, attachment will be got rid of.  Develop the meditation that is the perception of impermanence, for by doing so, the conceit ‘I am’ will be got rid of.

-- M.I,424

Note. This Teaching asserts that we can meditate in many ways for different entries into Dhamma. If we meditate on impermanence (อนิจจะ, anicca), we can be free of 'I am' (อัตตะ, atta).
    'We' is an extension of 'I', in a way 'We' is less focused or broader in view.

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