18 Nov 2010
Breaking down the barriers to others and our preferences for some over others is the basis of the practice of equanimity. We find ourselves in the grip of our own mental afflictions unless we are able to unlock our limited views of the people we meet in our daily encounters. Seeing without attachment and aversion creates a view where it is possible to value all sentient beings with equanimity.
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