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People are always finding scapegoats. Because they cannot answer the strong person, they take revenge on the weak.
The husband has been humiliated by the boss and he comes home and is angry at the wife for no reason at all. Or maybe he finds a reason; a reason can always be found, they are so simple to find. He will find a reason, and he will convince himself that he is angry because of this reason. The reality is that he is angry at his boss. But the boss is a powerful man: to say anything could be dangerous, he might lose his job.
... Atisha is saying: please don't shift things. Otherwise your whole life will be just shifting and shifting. Take the responsibility, take the risk. Respond to the situation, whatever the cost.
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This site provides an on-line database of commentaries on the Tibetan Buddhist meditation practices of lojong (Mind Training) and tonglen.
As well as much more extensive commentaries on the proverbs than are quoted in the main Mind Training site, this also contains answers to many key questions on the teachings asked by Osho's disciples.
This is a commentary on a set of 112 wonderful tantric meditation techniques supposedly given by Shiva to his consort, Parvati, first translated in Paul Reps' pioneering 'Zen Flesh, Zen Bones'. It was formerly published as 5 volumes, and is very good value at this price.