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As someone who has to regularly send myself to the naughty corner for an amrita cleanse, here are my moral principles
- Be kind to all beings, except evil fish and Trumpettes who are non sentient
- Learn to speak without being spoken to. Languages to learn: body, machine, dog, tree and tongues. Human languages? Hard.
- Embody the dharma by practicing sangha, master, lama and method acting (caritta rather than stick or attachments)
- Always argue with yourself which is more agreeable than being wrong
OK not sure what numerous mistakes I will need addressed (off to naughty corner right now) but are we in greater need of sane sila?
Dhammapāda [Dh 54]:
No flower's scent goes against the wind — not sandalwood, jasmine, tagara. But the scent of the good does go against the wind. The person of integrity wafts a scent in every direction.