I should notice, but not judge.

I should notice, but not judge.
I should have compassion but not feel so much pain.
If I have something to do, but I face obstacles, I should not get angry.
I should measure myself through my motivation to see whether I am improving or not, but without any expectation.
Having this balance in your practice is the golden key of success.
This is why we practice, and why we train so that we can find this enlightened way that we’ve never understood before.

Kyabgon Phakchok Rinpoche

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