About Motivation

Motivation, from a Dharma perspective, refers to the inner drive and intention that guides one's actions towards spiritual growth and awakening. It encompasses the aspiration to cultivate wholesome qualities such as compassion, wisdom, and ethical conduct. Motivation in the Dharma context arises from recognizing the interconnectedness of all beings and the desire to alleviate suffering, both for oneself and others. It fuels the commitment to practice meditation, study teachings, and engage in virtuous actions, leading to the development of insight and the realization of ultimate truth.
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