In dealing with those
In dealing with those who are undergoing great suffering, if you feel ‘burnout’ setting in, if you feel demoralized and exhausted it is best, for the sake of everyone, to withdraw and restore yourself. The point is to have a long-term perspective.
The truth of suffering is that we experience many different types of suffering. The three categories are: suffering of suffering-this refers to things such as headaches; suffering of change-this is related to the feeling of restlessness after being comfortable; and all-pervasive suffering that acts as the basis of the first two categories and is under the control of karma and the disturbing mind.
We must recognize the frequent contradictions between short-term benefit and long-term harm.
“You must have long term goals to keep you from being frustrated by short term failures.” – Charles C. Noble
Majburiya Hamari Wo Jaan Na Sake, Armaano Ko Hamare Wo Maan Na Sake, Kehte Hai Wo Hame Maar Kar Bhi Chahenge, Jeete Jee Hame Jo Pehchan Na Sake.
Real compassion comes from seeing another person’s suffering. You feel a sense of responsibility and want to do something for him or her.
Aisa dost chahiye, Jo hume apna maan sake, Hamare har dukh ko jaan sake, Chal rahe ho gar hum tez baarish mein, Phir bhi paani mein se aansuon ko pehchan sake.
Jagaya Usne Aisa Ke Kabhi So Na Sake, Rulaya Usne Aisa ke Chup Ho Na Sake, Jaane Kaisi Baat Thi Usme, Jabse Chaha Use Tabse Kisi Ke Ho Na Sake
Suffering originates from various causes and conditions. But the root cause of our pain and suffering lies in our own ignorant and undisciplined state of mind.
If you Feel A Little Dizzy, A Lot Bored, All Lost, A Little Sad, I Know Whats Wrong With You. You Are Suffering From The Lack Of Vitamin Me!