H.H. the Dalai Lama on Bodhicitta: the compassionate mind of Enlightenment

“THE UNUSUAL ATTITUDE
Your cultivation of love and great compassion should not be left in a state of mere imagination or wish alone; rather, a sense of responsibility, a genuine intention to engage in the task of relieving sentient beings of their sufferings and providing them with happiness, should be developed. It is important for a practitioner to work for and take upon himself or herself the responsibility of fulfilling this intention. The stronger your cultivation of compassion is, the more committed you will feel to taking this responsibility. Because of their ignorance, sentient beings do not know the right methods by which they can fulfill their aims. It is the responsibility of those who are equipped with this knowledge to fulfill the intention of working for their benefit.”

H.H. the Dalai Lama, ‘Path to Bliss: A Practical Guide to the Stages of Meditation

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