. . . You pick up and put down things gently, quietly.
Consider these teachings on this topic:
"We don’t teach meditation to the young monks.
They are not ready until they stop slamming doors." – Thich Nhat Hanh to Father Thomas Merton in 1966.
From the Tattva Artha Suytra - a definitive Jain religious text. The title simply means "The Nature of Reality." It describes an enlightened person as one who takes great "care in lifting and laying down things."
So, those who are clumsy and careless about doors and the way they pick up or put down objects have more to work on before they approach an enlightened state.
Think about someone who becomes angry and walk out - they usually slam doors, possibly kick objects, and generally make noise reflecting their anger.
Today, be aware of yourself every time you open and close a door, pick up and put down something. Be an enlightened soul.
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