Posted by: Upāsaka | 11/13/2018

Premeditatio malorem

Today I will meet with people who are meddling, unthankful, rude, disloyal, and selfish. People who behave this way don’t know the difference between what is good and evil. But, be-cause I know the difference, I will not be affected by their behavior. Neither will I be angry or be irritated because I’d rather cooperate than fight with others.

Excerpt From: “Unshakable Freedom” by Chuck Chakrapani.

Every morning before I rise from need may I recall these words.


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