Way-Seeking Mind, Part II

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I think nowadays way-seeking mind is understood like something to do good in its-- with a pure motivation-- not for sake of success or not for sake of fame, but to purify our mind and to be a good Buddhist. That is way-seeking mind. So, accordingly, to do something good is, in its wide sense, the way-seeking mind: for an instance, to do something which people do not like to do: the cleaning restrooms, or pick up garbages, or to save small animals, or to help sick people. Those are things which a ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).


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