What is Most Difficult?

A Dafa Disciple

PureInsight | December 15, 2003

[PureInsight.org] For a sentient being cultivating in Dafa, what is the most difficult? Is it getting rid of fundamental attachments? No. Is it giving up the ego? No. Is it breaking through human notions that one adheres to? No. Is it completely opposing the persecution by the old forces? No.

What is the most difficult thing then? The most difficult thing is to praise our Great and Honorable Master.

This great Fa is the fundamental Fa of the entire universe, which stirs every single living being in the universe. The Fa moves all lives, whether they are Dafa disciples, old forces, ordinary people or evil people. It is impossible for a living being to thoroughly express its heartfelt wishes from the origin of its life and to praise our great Master even if it exhausts all the perfect words in the universe.

Master treasures us more than we treasure ourselves. Master has created the most magnificent worlds in the future for us, and Master has given us the highest honor. Whenever we wish to express our hearts, we don't know where to begin or how to speak. It is not something that can be expressed fundamentally through a few words such as "Great Master and Buddha's Infinite Grace." It is extremely difficult. It simply can't be spoken with words even though it is clear in one's heart.

Looking back, all the tribulations we have encountered in the process of our assimilating into Dafa were nothing. What else can we still not put down and overcome?

Yes, it is truly difficult to praise our Honorable Master from the bottom of our hearts. All words become pale and all ways have limitations. Only by respecting Master and the Fa in every word and action, every thought, and only by maintaining righteous thoughts and righteous actions in validating the Fa, and only by treasuring everything Master has given us as the most magnificent, now and in the future, can we not let down the expectation and merciful salvation of our Honorable Master.

Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2003/11/18/24553.html

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