Many people might think that given the hectic pace of our everyday lives, setting aside time to make offerings, recite the sutras and do prostrations is already not too bad. While his is certainly not bad at all, we should set our sights somewhat higher than this and focus on improving the quality of the practice we are engaging in. Even though this does require some investment of our time, it is about changing our attitude about what constitutes valuable Buddhist practice.

Depicted from "Guide to the Four Preliminary Practices 2 - Part 24" April, 2015, Vancouver, Canada

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