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The great prize that is achieved with practice is Wisdom. Thanks to her, things are seen from the right point of view. And most of the time, seeing things from the right place is enough for everything to make sense. And everything makes sense when you see the conditions by which it has come to be. Like when you see the conjurer in full swing, but from behind. The gimmicks appear obvious and even crude as you watch people marvel at the feature. And you don't know if it's really worth explaining anything to them, because from where they are they can't see it. If they are comfortable watching the show, nothing will stir them up. Therefore, my preference for those who do not like the seat in which life has put them to watch the show.

Treatise on Wisdom 8 - Building the Dhamma

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  • Treatise on Wisdom (Book 8)

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