Instead of curses, the parents embraced their wayward children with love. They viewed everything that had happened as their own karma. Rather than being angry or depressed, they responded wisely entrusting everything back to their true nature, and freed their children from ignorance and misguided views. Although we do things for others, ultimately we are the one who will benefit. If we do something harmful, it doesn’t just fade away. Eventually, it will all return to us. Understanding…

"It’s not okay to be full of opinions and always having all these opinions and concepts because those would just be carried on with you. And so rather than that, you should make sure you mind turns to Dharma rather than worrying about what other people are doing, forming all these opinions about that. You should be thinking and reminding yourself, “Is my mind turning to Dharma with each passing day? Have I improved myself? Is my path turning to virtues? How much negative karma am I…

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So many things on here are happening to you and you have no one to blame but yourself.

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