At the beginning of man, nature is good

A person who refuses to extend a helping hand to others, if others extend a helping hand to him, his instinctive reaction is suspicion, not gratitude. If he can still be influenced, so benevolence can prove that his good roots still exist. Can knowing grace is the touchstone to test whether the good roots still exist. Therefore, the Buddhist scriptures say that those who know the good are not bad at good roots, and those who don’t know the good are broken off.

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