According [To One’s] Part [And] Ability, Not Forgetting Mindfulness [Of] Buddha
[For] practice [of the] Pure Land [Dharma Door, it is] according [to one’s] part [and] according [to one’s] ability. How can it be that [there] must [be] getting rid [of the] ten thousand conditions, [to] then [be] able [to] practise [it]?
For example, [of] filial children [with] thoughts [of their] kind mothers, [or] lustful persons [with] thoughts [of] beautiful women, although [with] everyday hundred [matters] busy within, this one thought [is] certainly without [a] moment perhaps forgotten. People cultivating [the] Pure Land [Dharma Door are] likewise thus.
No matter [with] what everyday numerous [and] complicated [matters], not at all allowing forgetting [of] that Buddha mindfulness, then attaining its essentials.
Pure Land Tradition’s 13th Patriarch Great Master Yìnguāng
Dharma Master Yìnguāng’s Collected Writings (Third Compilation): Reply Letter [To] Jiāng Yǒuchuán;
Record [Of] Great Master Yìnguāng’s Collected Writings’ Essence (58th Short Section): 3rd [Chapter]: Guidance [On] Practice Methods: First, Guidance [On] Mindfulness [Of] Buddha’s Methods (6th Short Section)
[Ref: #58 / 3.1.6]
Namo Amituofo : Translation by Shen Shi’an
Record Of Great Master Yìnguāng’s Collected Writings’ Essence