Everyone Is Right

And that’s the problem!
Everyone wants happiness, and a clear mind.
No one wants to be unhappy and confused.

It all depends on what we perceive, and how we perceive it. In Tibetan Buddhism, there are nine levels or vehicles, all using the same words but with different meanings. What satisfies one may not satisfy another: there is a constant refinement. At each of the nine levels, the teaching is complete. It’s all about how we understand. This process of development is difficult to deal with, and much skill and compassion is needed when appreciating another’s point of view.

Everybody was right.
Somebody explained this.
Anybody could understand.
But Nobody bothered.

So Nobody became realised.

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