Dhamma lies in the minds of each one of you.
Full awareness that all things are devoid of selfhood
There is nothing better than this, more than this, other than this, thusness.
We learn here in this very body with its perceptions and mental activity.
Speaking like this you will soon be accusing me of giving you a big sales pitch. Don’t think of me as someone hawking the wares of the Buddha in the marketplace, think rather that we are all companions in Dukkha, in birth, old age, sickness and death…
Inner emptiness means to be normal, to have a mind that is not scattered and confused. Anyone who experiences this really likes it. If it develops to its greatest degree, which is to be empty of egoism, then it is Nibbana.
The medicine which cures the disease is the knowledge and practice that gives birth to emptiness. When emptiness has appeared it will be the cure of the disease and alter recovery from the disease there will be nothing save emptiness, the state void of Dukkha and. void of the mental defilements that are the cause of Dukkha
If you don’t want to suffer, then work with an empty mind. Then work will be fun and the results will be excellent.