I was taught to place our heart at the level of Bodhisattva before we
Meaning we begin by accepting all phenomenon of this universe as one. Therefore, if we don't use "I" or "You", and use just "we", then we could reduce our differentiation.
This way, we need less comparatives or adjectives. We have less a chance to be lost in relativity and consciousness. We may clam our noisy mind a little and cultivate our Oneness with the universe with our heart.
Dalai Lama said, "compassion is a willful act to undertake the sharing of the karma of others."
Let me phrase in Bill's terminology, "Can't you the ignorance in us all?"
"When our Hearts are like the wall, nothing affects." Bodhi Dharma. "Now we can enter the Tao."
Bill Smart wrote:
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