Ten Perfections: Reflections

Hello friends,

First, I want to thank you for reading through my articles on the Ten Perfections. It has been an interesting series to write, and I think it has illustrated to me in a couple of ways both how far my practice has come and how far it has yet to go. I appreciate comments and critiques, and am perfectly willing to accept that my writing on these subjects has been imperfect and incomplete in certain ways.

To that affect, I also apologize, both to you who has read it and to the Triple Gem for any misrepresentation of the Dhamma I have perpetuated. My intention has only been to share my understanding thus-far and open myself up to the possibility (probability?) of others helping to perfect my understanding.

Each perfection is a challenge in and of itself, but not one of the perfections stands on its own. One must practice all of them to make progress along the path.

I hope you have received some benefit from the articles — it has been fun and informative to me, also. Please be well, my friends!

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2 comments

  1. I have benefited. I enjoy reading your posts very much and I’m always learning along the way 🙂

    1. Thank you for saying so. May we all learn together! 🙂 Please be well, friend!

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