In Mahayana Buddhism, our way of relying upon Buddha is not simply asking Buddha to help us, but striving ourself to become a Buddha to be able to help others. Therefore, we should try gradually to reduce our faults of body, speech, and mind, and to develop all good qualities instead.
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso - “The New Meditation Handbook”

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