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- n. The state or quality of being heedful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being heedful; attention; caution; wariness; circumspection.
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- n. the trait of staying aware of (paying close attention to) your responsibilities
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It also emphasizes the role that heedfulness plays in developing each, for heedfulness is what enables each strength to counteract a particular delusion that makes fear unskillful, and the mind weak in the face of its fears.
If stripped of confusion and aversion, these three elements become a positive quality, heedfulness — something so essential to the practice that the Buddha devoted his last words to it.
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English called thirst, a work of divine vengeance, showing us that which saith the philosopher and Aulus Gellius, that it becometh us to speak according to the common language; and that we should, as said Octavian Augustus, strive to shun all strange and unknown terms with as much heedfulness and circumspection as pilots of ships use to avoid the rocks and banks in the sea.
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Self-restraint, renunciation, and heedfulness are the three steeds of Brahman.
Knowing this, O monarch, and bearing the truths of scripture in mind, one should, with all his senses about one and without heedfulness, act like a person in fear before the cause of fear actually presents itself.
One who acts with such heedfulness never trips, or tripping, is never ruined.
Such fear and heedfulness lead to keenness of understanding.