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When we are resting in the view, it should not be disturbed by any situations, happy or unhappy, that may occur.

“When we are resting in the view, it should not be disturbed by any situations, happy or unhappy, that may occur. And even if we have to be somewhere with a lot of distractions or a great many people, or we have to work, we should still be able to remain undistracted in meditation. Neither should we let our action be influenced by afflictive emotions and the results of our past actions. As for the result, we should have the firm conviction that it has been present within us since the very beginning.”

Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

(Zurchungpa’s Testament – on Wisdom – Collected Works, Vol III pg 279 – Shambhala)

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