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Via the Upajjhatthana Sutta, the Buddha stated the five things below that we should reflect on each day:
I agree for the most part @FoibleFull but if somebody’s view is harming others then I think it is worthwhile to (at the very least) state that we oppose that view. And explain the harm that it causes. This can be done in a calm and respectful manner.
If one wants to undertake it, it is important to remember to balance Asubha (disgust) meditation with metta meditation.
Reminds one of HHDL's oft quoted mantra:
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.
I just don't want you to get carried away or be too hard on yourself is all.
Hopefully I'm not being a pain.
Not at all mate! Appreciate your input.
Trust me, I am as mentally healthy now as I have ever been in my life.
As with most people, I have my moments where I can get down on myself every now and again, but these are few and far between.
The general anxiety I suffered as a teenager and twenty-something has pretty much disappeared completely!
Thank you Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha