Mkoll wrote: Guess all our bodies are different. I must be reaping the fruit (in this life) of not injuring living beings (in a previous life). But once I eat that good fruit, it's all gone. So I better go make more of it!
MN 135 wrote:"But then there is the case where a woman or man is not one who harms beings with his/her fists, with clods, with sticks, or with knives. Through having adopted & carried out such actions, on the break-up of the body, after death, he/she reappears in a good destination... If instead he/she comes to the human state, then he/she is healthy wherever reborn. This is the way leading to health: not to be one who harms beings with one's fists, with clods, with sticks, or with knives.
Yes, our body differs from one another. That's why the "middle way" differs from one person to another, too. In my understanding, with regard to physical limits, the condition of the body is intrinsically related to the "level of middle way" each person can reach. Both walk together. Does it make any sense?!