An excerpt from a dhamma talk given by
Sayadaw U Pandita during a recent visit to the U.S.
In daily life one has to give priority to one’s job and worldly matters at certain hours. And also in daily life there should be a certain part of the day where one gives priority to practicing dhamma. When worldly matters take priority you should work diligently, and at the same time try to be as mindful as possible. Even though you may not be developing vipassana knowledge when working at your job, mindfulness in daily life and having a general knowledge of what you are doing can support your practice. If you keep general mindfulness as much as you can the
defilements will not have as great a momentum than if you were not mindful at all.
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