If you know that you are loved by yourself. You should not engage in evil.
xạt-tā-nạn-ce pi-yạng chạn-yā na nạng pā-pe-na s̄ạng-yu-che
“If you know that you are loved by yourself. You should not engage in evil.”
Actually Humans love themselves more than others. Even though they say they love others. But in the end, they love themselves more.
Because humans love themselves like this. Buddhism therefore teaches that do not bring yourself to do evil.
With the principle that “Do good will be good. Doing bad will get evil “. Therefore, it is natural that if we do evil we will have the bad results back. But if we do good and refrain from bad. We will get the good results or the fruit of the good that we have done.
If we do evil. That is to create bad things for ourselves. It is certainly not worthy of the love that we have for ourselves.
Therefore, always remember that do not do evil, whether physical, verbal, or mental. If we love ourselves, we should only do good things. So that the effect of the good will happen to us.
Contents of Buddhist Proverbs
|✅ Section on Self||✅ Section on Death|
|✅ Section on Precaution||✅ Section on Friends|
|✅ Section on Karma||✅ Section on Request|
|✅ Section on Passion||✅ Section on the King|
|✅ Section on Anger||✅ Section on Speech|
|✅ Section on Patience||✅ Section on Effort|
|✅ Section on Mind||✅ Section on Retribution|
|✅ Section on Win||✅ Section on Truth|
|✅ Section on Giving||✅ Section on Consciousness|
|✅ Section on Suffering||✅ Section on Faith|
|✅ Section on the Dharma||✅ Section on Contentment|
|✅ Miscellaneous Category||✅ Section on Recluses|
|✅ Section on Wisdom||✅ Section on Unity|
|✅ Section on Negligence||✅ Section on Precepts|
|✅ Section on Sin||✅ Section on Happiness|
|✅ Section on Personnel||✅ Section on Fellowship|
|✅ Section on Merit|