View, Practice and Result

In Buddhism we talk about view, practice and result.

If the view (outlook regarding what we are working with and how to go about it) is not clear, we can practice for a long time without significant results.

If the view is clear, but we do not practice, there also may not be significant results.

A combination of clear view and strong practice is recommended – that means study and practice are both essential.



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