We should try to think altruistically. For example, as regards our food and the way we dress ourselves, when we are given something delicious to eat, we should think, 'May all beings also have good food to enjoy; would that I were able to share this meal with all who are hungry.' Likewise, when we receive good clothes, let us think, 'May everyone have good clothes like these.'
From Enlightened Courage, by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Copyright 1993 by Editions Padmakara (Padmakara Translation Group). Published and distributed by Snow Lion Publications. Used by permission.
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