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In real life, people will encounter various stimulus from events. It can be real. It also can be just phantom in mind. I think it is important that people refer to own rational thinking to place such stimulus into inner folders, such as a reality folder and a phantom folder. By hanging onto reality, a person, like me, can categorize outside stimulus as poison or as harmlessness accurately. Thus, I can save own time, mental efforts, and any other resources to focus on what actually matters.
As a Nichiren Buddhist, I regard my life as eternal in term of the circle of living, death, and reincarnation. Even then I believe each lifetime of mine is limited. My time-limit caps my praying/chanting capability, so I like to set up praying/chanting goals with little using of own brain. That means I like my chanting goals to deal with genuine substance, of matters, more than to chase what likely are phantom problems. For example, if I tend to oversleep on off-days when I plan to wake up early to do things more and almost always hear this biking group roar down on distant streets, I think I should pray/chant to overcome own shortcoming than to overcome rhythm of bikers’ appearance since the bikers have nothing from me to be blamed on.
(Nichiren Buddhism was founded by Nichiren Daishonin during 13th century Japan. Nichiren concluded that he was the original and true Buddha for the third period of the Buddhism. The period was named Mappō, when people have much less Buddhism causes within thus previous ways of Buddhism practice no longer show any good effects. Only way, according to Nichiren, for the Buddhism to save Mappō people is simply chant “Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo,” which is termed Daimoku, to the object of worshipping. The object is called “The Gohonzon,” which is in form of a scroll.)
Please Note: This blog is an experimentation and based on my attempt to explain practice of Nichiren Daishonin's Buddhism through own views. Those views, of mine, are neither any organizations’ presentations nor any others’ viewpoints.