The Eightfold Path is like a staircase, you must master one step at a time until you reach the end. By following the eightfold path, you can reach nirvana, or end your suffering
1. Right understanding
To start with, we must ask ourselves, What do we really value, what do we really care about in this life?
Right understanding starts by acknowledging the suffering and difficulties in the world around us as well as in our own lives. To find what we really care about, and to use that as the basis of our spiritual practice.
These 2 points are correct, but Right understanding also requires from us a recognition and understanding of the law of karma. . It means that what we do and how we act create our future experiences. If we are angry at many people, we start to live in a world of hate. People will get angry at us in return. If we cultivate love, it returns to us. .
Right though denotes the thought of selfness renunciation or detachment, thoughts of love and thoughts of non-violence