** If you see your Guru as a Buddha, you will recieve the blessings of a Buddha ** If you see your Guru as a Boddhisatva, you will recieve the blessings of a Boddhisatva ** If you see your Guru as a friend, you will only receive the blessings of a friend **

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Remaining understanding and open

Remaining understanding and open.

We all look different and many of us come from different backgrounds, but each and every one of us has similar kinds of feelings and concerns. So, before we act recklessly towards others when we are confronted with an unreasonable accusation, we should step back and try to think wisely about why this is happening to us. It is important to always try to put ourselves in the other person’s shoes, consider their perspective, and contemplate how we might act if we found ourselves in their situation. With this method, we may gain understanding and insight into the motivations of others and develop empathy for their struggles. When we face difficult challenges, instead of getting angry, we must open our hearts and seek a reasonable solution to resolve our disagreements peacefully. Therefore, I always try to put myself in other peoples’ shoes in order to understand why their actions might not seem reasonable at first glance. We might not resolve the problem entirely, but we can at least engage the situation with a positive approach.