In Quiet And Noisy Places All Cultivating Practices 静闹处皆修行

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— 大慧宗杲禅师

If with quiet places as right, and with noisy places as wrong, this then destroys worldly forms [i.e. conventional or relative reality], and seeks true form [i.e. ultimate or absolute reality], departs from arising and ceasing [i.e. forms], and seeks tranquil extinguishment [i.e. emptiness of Nirvāṇa].

— Chán Master Dàhuì Zōnggǎo
(Record Of Sayings)

Please Be Mindful Of Your Speech, Namo Amituofo!

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