Posted by: Upāsaka Subhavi | 06/08/2015

Placing Blame

I doubt know about you,  bit when the chips are down and something goes wrong when I am with my wife I find I am always more likely to place the blame on her even if I never let on to it by word or deed. I have been becoming evermore aware of this strange fact and it’s not a very pleasant or noble side of oneself to see.

May I work to bring more clarity and mindfulness to my failings and reflect on the truth of karma so that I can see my every experience in a way that accords with the Dhamma.


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