​The path to perfect Buddhahood

Not without will-power, with heart free of greed and fickleness, free of anger and laziness, free of unloving and callous thoughts, the intellect undisturbed by negative notions and discriminations, the mind free from distraction, not overcome by happiness, not daunted by suffering, relying on the spiritual friend, the bodhisattva seeks learning, and strives to honor the Spiritual Teacher.
Knowing supreme liberative art thoroughly, having put together an enormous store of merit, he shares it with all, and dedicates every day to perfect enlightenment. Such a buddha-child is born in excellent realms, always does good, enjoys the excellences of the transcendent powers, excels all others in the world, and is a treasury of good and impeccable qualities.

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