The practice of non-opposition

Do not become annoyed when faced with difficulties.

To do so merely adds difficulty to difficulty and further disturbs your mind.

By maintaining a mind of peace and non-opposition,

difficulties will naturally fall away.

Sheng-Yen (1931-2009) Resident teacher at the Chan Meditation Center in Elmhurst, New York

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