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Life always needs praise and trust because those are the materials that sublimate individuals and communities. Therefore, each Buddhist person must use wisdom to praise and trust the right person, at the right job, at the right place and at the right time.

A time, World Honored One dwelling in Kosambi, taught the bhikkhus:

Accomplished with the four dharmas, bhikkhus, thus corresponds to falling into hell. how is four?

Don’t think, don’t investigate, don’t praise someone who doesn’t deserve to be praised. Don’t think, don’t investigate, don’t praise someone who deserves praise. Do not think, do not investigate, feel confident in places that are not trustworthy. No reflection, no investigation, self-doubt for trustworthy places.

Accomplishment with these four dharmas, bhikkhus, is thus equivalent to falling into hell.

Accomplished with the four dharmas, bhikkhus, thus corresponds to being reborn in the heavens.

Having reflection, investigating, not praising people who do not deserve to be praised. There is reflection, there is investigation, and there is praise for those who are worthy of praise. There is reflection, investigation, self-doubt for places that do not deserve to be trusted. There is reflection, there is investigation, there is self-confidence in places of trust.

Accomplished with these four dharmas, bhikkhus, is thus worthy of rebirth in the heavens.

(DTKVN, Tang Branch I, chapter 4, product No vibrations, section Praises, VNCPHVN Published, 1996, p.714)

Buddha said: There are two types of people who are concerned about life

Illustration.

Discussion:

Praise, honor, and praise are essential therapy to motivate and encourage people to try harder in their current job. However, such enthusiastic encouragement must be based on the foundation of wisdom such as praising the good, proclaiming the righteousness, glorifying the beauty… to bring real benefits to oneself and others, in the present and in the future. future.

People often save praise because we rarely appreciate the efforts and successes of others. Sometimes there are compliments, but with a flatter mind, for your own benefit. As a result, life is full of juggling, praise and criticism, but finding the honest words to live, nurture and sublimate life is not an easy thing.

Along with praise is trust, often we admire someone, we tend to believe and act according to that person. Trust is closely related to the life of each individual and society, so we must carefully develop wisdom to illuminate our own beliefs. Only trust and commitment to the right action bring practical benefits.

Life always needs praise and trust because those are the materials that sublimate individuals and communities. Therefore, each Buddhist person must use wisdom to praise and trust the right person, at the right job, at the right place and at the right time.

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