Examine anger itself and you will find that it is nothing but a thought. If that angry thought disappears, it will not lead to an action done in anger, with its negative karmic results. Trample on anger with realization, and it dissolves like a cloud in the sky; and as it dissolves, the notion of "enemy" will vanish with it. - Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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The Buddhist Ideals of Good Governance

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