Fearless Simplicity(中譯大圓滿生活), p. 361-362--精進
You know the phrases "Try hard" and "Don't do anything." We need to know when each of these is applicable. "Try hard" when you are lazy-cut it ... chop-chop. We have this tendency to be lazy, to whine and complain. It needs a chop, which is not such a big deal. We don't have to be too considerate toward the lazy tendency. The best remedy against laziness is the preliminary practices of the four times 100,000. Once you finish these in a reasonable amount of time, your laziness is all chopped up, so that you can persevere and completely let go. The ngondro chops into pieces this pattern o f giving in to laziness.