A little Buddhist Wisdom

Bodhidharma says: “People who seek blessings by concentrating on external works instead of internal cultivation are attempting the impossible, What you call a monastery we call a sangbarama, a place of purity. But whoever denies entry to the three poisons and keeps the gates of his
senses pure, his body and mind still, inside and outside clean, builds a monastery.”

Namaste

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