Great practitioners of the past would not have the distractions that we have, however noble these aims of ours seem, because those practitioners took impermanence so deeply to heart. So we must address honestly all the attachments that keep us distracted. And if we look, with attachments there is always a sense of being bound to a burden, again, however noble.Lama Zopa Rinpoche
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