Posted by: Upāsaka | 03/13/2017

Forgetting Samsara

These verses seem to best describe the rut into which I’ve fallen lately. It is far too easy to be swept away on the currents of negativity and habit. 

29 When I delight in afflictions and am greatly distracted, 

It is the weapon of destructive karma turning upon me 

For not contemplating impermanence and the defects of cyclic existence; 

From now on I will increase my disenchantment with cyclic existence.


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