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There are two ways to practice
the Law of Origin

There are two ways to practice
the Law of Origin:
The “Actual Law and Applied Law.”

The “Act of Actual Law” is the
Act ① and Act ②’s Mercy and Wisdom
actions. It is the act of practicing the
Law of Origin.

On the other hand, the “Act of
Applied Law” are various good acts
that we do in our daily lives in society.
Work at workplace, work at home,
and various other necessary procedures
that are indispensable for social life.
In addition, it is an act performed by
people engaged in various fields such
as politics, economy, information, and
education, etc.
They are all acts of Applied Law.
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When comparing the Act of Actual
Law and that of Applied Law――
The Act of Applied Law is an act that
is closely related to our lives, so when
you thought that you have to do it,
it is easy to be aware and also easy to
perform it.

However, Act of Actual Law makes it
difficult to see where the results will
come out, so people sometimes can
not be strongly aware of the
importance of that act. And because
its importance cannot be recognized,
it will also be difficult to execute.

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