Random Thought [code:pain-and-joy]

To be constantly cheerful, we should treat absence of joy as absence of pain, and absence of pain as presence of joy. One immediate application is in the way we perceive envy. Failing to seek greater joy must not generate unnecessary envy. And when one succesfully denied envy, one must generate happiness.

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3 thoughts on “Random Thought [code:pain-and-joy]

  1. *update*

    “To be constantly cheerful, we should treats absence of joy as absence of pain, and absence of pain as presence of joy. One immediate application is in the way we perceive envy. Failing to seek greater joy must not generate unnecessary envy. And when one succesfully denied envy, one must generate happiness. What if the pain comes first? Please regard the presence of pain as a gateway for a subtle profound joy that soon will surface, and when you realize the joy is there, therefore, the pain is irrelevant and insignificant. ”
    -Sasmito Yudha Husada-

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