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“With mettā, good-will, you are not blinding yourself to the faults and flaws in everything. You are just peacefully co-existing with them. You are not demanding that it be otherwise
August 31st, 2018
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“With mettā, good-will, you are not blinding yourself to the faults and flaws in everything. You are just peacefully co-existing with them. You are not demanding that it be otherwise.
Mettā sometimes needs to overlook what’s wrong with yourself and everybody else; it doesn’t mean that you don’t notice those things, it means that you don’t develop problems around them. You stop that kind of indulgence by being kind and patient; peacefully co-existing.”
— Ajahn Sumedho