Chagdug Tulku Rinpoche

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Chagdug Tulku Rinpoche

"Although we are responsible for what we sow,
we forget that we’ve planted these seeds and
either give credit to or blame people or
things outside of us when they ripen...

In the moment, we have a thought, we speak or act.

But we lose sight of the fact that each thought, word, and action
will produce a result. When the fruit finally ripens, we think,
"Why did this happen to me? I've done nothing to deserve this."

...and then we dive into self pity and fall into a depression or become agitated and hurt others and ourselves (the latter we don't see). Haha. Happiness in this world is really hard to come by. But it is possible. To start with just salt your life with some good humor.