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“The Lotus Sutra states, “[The doctrines that they preach…] will never be contrary to the true reality.” T’ien-t’ai commented on this, saying that ‘no worldly affairs of life or work are ever contrary to the true reality.’ A person of wisdom is not one who practices Buddhism apart from worldly affairs but, rather, one who thoroughly understands the principles by which the world is

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