Tivrasamveganam asannah I.21

“Doing everything by intensity, pure and honesty, the rest will come”
With lots of time for Practice, but little Conviction: It is very easy to think that the only way to progress is when you have retired from worldly life. This is simply not true. Such a person might have a great deal of time available, and know quite a few practices. However, with only mild conviction, little progress is made. 
In the other side, with little time for Practice, but lots of Conviction: A person with little time might do only mild practice, but have a great intensity of conviction. It is a  superior way to progress. Having little time is balanced by conviction at practice time and sincere cultivation of meditation in action.

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