“People should think about what their lives will be like if they don’t do meditation. They should consider what their lives will be like after 10, 20, 30 years if they decide to just follow the way of the world. What will their hearts be like then - what will they have of value in their hearts to bring true happiness into their daily lives and the lives of those around them. And what will they have developed in their hearts to carry on to the next life, because the next life is only as good as we make it in this life. If you don’t take advantage of your opportunity to do meditation in this life, why should you expect to get the same opportunity in the next life? You may not get such a good chance again.” Teaching of Ven. Ajaan Paññavaddho
This Dhamma collection consists of three parts 1) The Basics of Buddhist Practice, 2) Samadhi and Wisdom, and 3) Teachings for the Monks. This collection has been considered, by far, one of the most revered teachings of Western Buddhist monks. Thanks to the contents from www.forestdhammabooks.org.