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What attitude we should have when facing the onslaught of disease


The "four sufferings" of birth, aging, sickness, and death are inevitable. While finding ways to adjust both our body and mind to improve our health, we should be aware and mentally prepared for disease and death. When our hour has come, we should set our mind at rest and go happily and joyfully to the Pure Land of Amitabha.

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