The whole quote,
It is the mind of a Bodhisattva, only caring about others is bodhicitta. This mind is the essence of all deities. If you practice any deity with this mind, you will be very close to the deity and receive blessings. What we call blessings is actually nothing but love. The mind that is free of selfishness and only cares about others is a bodhisattvas mind, such limitless love is relative bodhicitta. A Buddha has not only perfected relative bodhicitta but also ultimate bodhicitta, i.e. a Buddha mind has fully realized that all duality is delusion and that in fact there are no self and others. There are different levels of bodhisattvas, there are ten stages or bhumis a bodhisattva progresses through on the path. The enlightened mind is beyond all paths, there is no more training, it is complete awakening.
One quote by Garchen Rinpoche deserves another
A hundred scholars and a thousand yogis can say all they want to say about the nature of mind. But all can be summed up by this teaching of Jigme Lingpa . The mind should never be separate from loving kindness and compassion Loving kindness and compassion should never be separated from emptiness. And mindful awareness should never be separate from emptiness. These are the key teachings.
Also thanks! That's a good one, too.