Re: [SanghaOnline] Right Effort
Right Effort is described as follows:
To develop what is wholesome within us.
To eradicate what is unwholesome in us.
To develop wholesomenes in us which is undeveloped.
To resist any temtation to indulge what is unwholesom e in us but not
This is how our effort whould be guided. You need to translate this into you
meditation practice and into daily life.
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From: "mogaputra" <mogaputra@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2004 10:00 AM
Subject: [SanghaOnline] Right Effort
> Dear Bhantes,
> Would you please explain by way of an example what constitutes a
> wholesome thought when practising Right Effort in daily life? I
> believe generating thoughts of loving kindness, compassion and
> renunciation/letting go are part of Right Intention, so I would like
> to know the difference between the wholesome thoughts one cultivates
> in Right Effort and those in Right Intention.
> With metta
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