摘要： The Buddhist purity and tranquility does not come from inaction, but from unlimited actions.
Some say that the Buddha nature is as pure and tranquil as the void space.
It makes sense as a simile, but the Buddha nature is pure and tranquil in a different way from the void space. It is as clear as water, as clean as the sky and as true as a mirror. The Buddhist purity and tranquility does not come from inaction, but from unlimited actions.
A pure and tranquil mind is one that produces a thought without dwelling anywhere. Once it dwells, inclines, desires, it becomes biased, obsessed, defiled. Consequently, it is bound by the object where it dwells and is unable to free itself from the afflictions and sufferings of the cycle of birth and death.