One of our biggest lessons is that all aspects of life, ranging from the world we inhabit to the subtle balance of our minds, are interdependent. If we continue to live greedy, selfish lives, we will surely destroy our world and ourselves along with it.
Samsara is the tendency to find fault with others.
The real challenge is to have balance and stability within continuous change.
Whatever obstacles arise, if you deal with them through kindness without trying to escape then you have real freedom.
Thoughts are like a monkey. If a monkey is too active and you put it in a cage, it doesn't matter if it's a golden cage, the monkey will never appreciate it.
Open your mind space 100% and let everything play around you and you'll never have any problem. But if you judge who needs help then one negative mind will burn a whole mountain.
To coordinate effectively with others we need to be free of our tendency always to be caught up in our own storyline or our own idea of what is real, what is the truth.
Choje Akong Tulku Rinpoche
“Sentient beings, self and others, enemies and dear ones—all are made by thoughts. It is like seeing a rope and mistaking it for a snake. When we think that the rope is a snake, we are scared, but once we see that we are looking at a rope, our fear dissipates. We have been deluded by our thoughts. Likewise, mentally fabricating self and others, we generate attachment and aversion.” ~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche