From our everyday life, we understand how important are all three of the terms, removal, repair and replacement, because in almost all of our events we apply these principles.
Is something bad or problematic? We remove it. Can it be repaired? We repair and put it back in its place. Can’t be repaired? We replace it. In short, whenever we find a problem in operating a mechanism, we do not destroy the mechanism, but we pinpoint the problem, repair the damaged or defective part, and we replace it with a new one only as a last resort. And while this is the practice in our everyday life for all the things we use, when we come to the issues of our inner world we do not apply the same simple principles.
We are indifferent to any damaged or defective part of our consciousness that we identify, we do not take care of repairing damaged parts but we abandon its operation to the unclaimed. And of course the result is not only dysfunction or noisy consequences, but often the result is disastrous, as our consciousness is impressed and seeks tools far from the truth, and its fruits are not producing and revealing joy and peace anymore