Guilt is incompatible with
Guilt is incompatible with our thinking as you are part of an action but not fully responsible for it. However, in some cases one must repent, deliberately hold responsibility, have regret, and never commit the mistake again.
Guilt is incompatible with our thinking as you are part of an action but not fully responsible for it.
Guilt, according to some scholars, is something that can be overcome. It does not exist in Buddhist terminology.
Guilt, as experienced in Western culture, is connected with hopelessness and discouragement and is past-oriented.
Guilt does not exist in Buddhist terminology. With the Buddha nature all negative things can be purified.
Repent for your errors that you commit and decide never to repeat them; pray for strength to carry out your resolutions.
Never hold yourself solely responsible for any misfortune in life because no raindrop is ever responsible for any flood. Good Day.
I have a job with a lot of responsibility. Whenever anything goes wrong, I’m responsible for it.
The Fully Enlightened One said that all he can do is teach us the Dharma, the path to liberation from suffering. It is up to us to put it into practiceâ€”he washes his hands of that responsibility!
“Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody else expect of you.” – Henry Ward Beecher