The Dharma is not a speculative philosophy, but is the Universal Law found through enlightenment and is preached precisely. Therefore it is Excellence in the beginning (Moral principles), Excellence in the middle (Concentration) and Excellence in the end, the only end that could result through fate. (Wisdom).
The Dharma can be tested by practice and therefore a person who follows it will see the results by himself through his own experience.
The Dharma is able to bestow timeless and immediate results here and now, though no matter which means of travel, for which there is no need to wait until the future or next existence.
The Dharma welcomes all beings to put it to the test and to experience it for themselves.
The Dharma is capable of being entered upon and therefore it is worthy to be followed as a part of one’s life.
The Noble Eightfold Path
1. Right view
2. Right intention
3. Right speech
4. Right action
5. Right livelihood
6. Right effort
7. Right mindfulness
8. Right concentration