Pema Chödrön

How do you deal with feelings of outrage?

‘By not solidifying them into a cause. And not blaming. Then you can work with the completely open-ended feeling that leaves you with. And then – when you’re willing not to get into this mentality of “me and them” or “us and them” – then you’re in a position where you can really speak out and try to have things that are harmful not happen. But as long as you consider the other the enemy, it’s just another way of feeding your ego.’ (Meetings With Remarkable Women)


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