Happiness Is A Result

Realisation comes first, then happiness.
Solve a problem; happiness dawns.

There will always be social problems.
If there are always problems, there will always be realisation.
Problems are impermanent; realisation is always happiness.

“May my mind turn towards the Teachings.
May the Teachings become the path.
May the path clarify confusion.
May confusion dawn as wisdom.”
– Gampopa
(1079–1153 CE)

If we think that we have to be happy first, we will never realise the problem.
We have some work to do:
examine conscience to determine what is and isn’t beneficial.

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