Posted by: Upāsaka Subhavi | 05/30/2018

Frequent Recollection

At work I have had, for some time, an altar with a statue of the Lord Buddha, incense, water and candles. I like to use it during those times when I can find a spare fifteen minutes to meditate, however irregularly this may be. But, it occurs to me that I should begin each workday by retain the refuges and precepts I will have usually taken in the morning after formal practice. In doing so I hope to strengthen my heedfulness and keep the Triple Gem always to the fore.


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