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Compassion has no enemies, wisdom can not worry

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We are often angry because of the influence of the environment
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We are often angry because of the influence of the environment. Someone once told me that when he was angry, he suddenly remembered the two words I said: "Compassion has no enemies, wisdom has no troubles." The anger in his heart was immediately extinguished by the cool rain, and at the same time It also made him see that he was not compassionate enough or wise enough to treat others, so he felt very ashamed.
The reason I put these two sentences is because Buddhism originally advocates saving sentient beings with compassion. If it wants to save sentient beings, how can there be enemies? When all sentient beings are the objects to be saved and formed, of course it is impossible to regard them as enemies.
"Enemies" mean that they are not at odds with each other, either you die or I live. For example, there are rivals in love, business rivals in shopping malls, military rivals in battlefields, and political rivals in the political arena; and even among colleagues, sometimes they compete with each other for better positions, hoping for their best performance, and others cannot surpass. Oneself, then formed a hostile state. This is the root of inferiority in human nature, and it can also be said to be a weakness.
Now that you know this weakness of human nature, you must adjust your attitude toward others. First of all, you must forgive, sympathize, and tolerate others; in other words, you should tolerate those who are not as good as yourself; He studies. If people can learn from each other and be mentors to each other, not only will they grow, but the other person will also grow.
It's a pity that many people can't figure this out. In any case, they are thinking of themselves, not for the sake of others, and seeing people who are worse than themselves will not let him go; people who are not as good as themselves want to get rid of them more quickly. In this way, don't want the good ones and don't want the bad ones. In the end, only one person is left alone. This is not compassion. True compassion is to treat others as one body.
In addition to being compassionate to others, the object of compassion must also be compassionate to oneself. Because you are not compassionate to yourself, it will make yourself very miserable. For example, some people refuse to forgive themselves, so they hurt themselves. In fact, if you do something wrong, you can correct it. If you continue to punish yourself, you will always be in pain. This is not merciful to yourself. The same is true for others. If you are not compassionate, you may hurt others over and over again.
The phrase "wisdom can't afford troubles" is a way to make people feel troubled. Being entangled in troubles can be said to be the most painful thing, because troubles are as stupid as oneself. If you want to resolve them, you must use the wisdom of Buddhism. With the wisdom of empty thoughts, the troubles will naturally disappear. .
If the trouble is darkness, wisdom is the light. When the light shines through the darkness, the darkness is gone. The so-called "a thousand-year dark room, a light breaks"; in fact, darkness does not exist originally, only because there is no light, it will be dark. . In the same way, trouble does not exist in the first place. It is only because there is no wisdom that the concepts will be reversed and confused, and conflicts, contradictions and struggles will occur.
An anthropologist once pointed out that all human beings originally came from Africa and came from the same blood source. Judging from this inference, it coincides with the Buddhism's view that "all beings are equal". However, whether human beings really all come from the same origin is not the point. The point is that the basic needs and basic mentality of human beings are the same, that is to say, human nature is interlinked.
Since the nature of human beings is the same, human beings should help each other and depend on each other. If you can think like this, it is not only good for yourself, but also good for others; and good for others is good for yourself. This is the result of promoting yourself and others. In this way, there will be no so-called enemies, and no enemies are wisdom.