Thursday, November 17, 2005
Excerpt from "The Dragon Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
If you make an error, then admit it with firm resolve, do what you can to correct the mistake, and walk on. If you drive off the highway, it will do you no good to sit and bemoan your error. The only thing to do is to turn back onto the hightway and continue your journey. The time spent in regret is only more time wasted. If you have to pay off some karma of a wrong decision, then pay it off like a master. Resisting your obligations will create only more karma. All of life is for learning.