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Mild illness is conducive to one's spiritual practice

As Buddhists, we must face reality, accept it, deal with it, and then let go of it. If the disease is curable, receive the treatment; if it's not, what more can we do? As long as we consult a doctor, there's always hope. If we don't do it, there's no hope. If we know we're sick and we face it calmly, then we'll feel at ease. After all, not every disease is fatal.

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