“Try, try, try for ten thousand years, nonstop. Not only in this life, but I vow that in life after life after life I will attain enlightenment and help others get out of suffering. That is our practice. Our practice never ends, because our job of saving all beings never ends. Another name for that is the Great Bodhisattva Way.
Practice is not only what we do in the meditation room. Rather, from moment to moment, what are you doing now? That is correct practice. It is often called effort; we sometimes call it try-mind. It is very simple. There is no need to make it complicated.”