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Mondays Mindful Quote: Dalai Lama on Kindness


Welcome to Monday’s Mindful Quote. This is a new tradition at the Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Blog. Every Monday I’m going to cite a quote or a poem that is related to mindfulness and psychotherapy in some way and then explore it a bit and how it is relevant to our lives.

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  • December 5, 2009 at 10:42 pm

    So, when does being kind (accepting) of trespasses and such either by ourselves to ourselves (and others) become too much and turn to apathy? I can be kind even when others cut me off – I just hope they got satisfaction from it. Sometimes, by me choosing to not be bothered by other’s inconsiderate actions gives me satisfaction when those get a different look on their face (in their eyes)something [anything] other than that of twisted gleefull glimer of “I showed you”. So, how kind is that? forgiving only to see surprize, and self realization?

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