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Equanimity Quote by Joseph Goldstein

"Tibetan Buddhists liken the mind to a vast, clear sky. All our sensations, thoughts, and emotions are like weather that passes through without affecting the nature of the sky itself. The clouds, the winds, the snow, and rainbows come and go, but beyond it all the sky remains clear and unperturbed. Let your mind be that sky, and let all these mental and physical phenomena arise and vanish like the changing weather. In this way, your mind can remain balanced and relaxed, without getting

swept away in the drama of every passing storm."

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