In his notes - comma or not?

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Grammarly suggests that I should use a comma in this sentence. What do you think?

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In his notes he writes about his awareness of Buddha nature in nature.
In his notes, he writes about his awareness of Buddha nature in nature. It was believed by Buddhists at that time that only people could reach enlightenment. Musō thought that, because people and nature share common ground, both had Buddha nature in them. 
 
edited Sep 11 '12 at 05:22 Jenny Schroeder New member

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Yes, a comma is required after the introductory phrase. This issue has been discussed a number of times over the past several months. You may wish to search the forum for introductory phase (or clause) comma.

link answered Sep 11 '12 at 04:27 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

"Buddha nature in nature." May I know the meaning of this sentence? I appreciate your help in advance.

sanjaySep 11 '12 at 04:54

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In his notes,  he writes about his awareness of "Buddha nature in nature."

 

"Buddha nature in nature." May I know the meaning of this sentence?

link answered Sep 11 '12 at 04:08 sanjay Expert

Thank you for your answers.I updated the original post for more context.

Jenny SchroederSep 11 '12 at 05:25

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