Posted by: Upāsaka | 06/03/2016

In Praise of Criticism

It is not good to be praised; it is better to be criticized. When you are praised, great pride arises. When you are criticized, your own mistake is blown away.

It is not good to be praised; it is better to be criticized. It is not good to have comfort; it is better to have discomfort. If you have comfort, you exhaust the merit accumulated in times past.


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