Buddhist_Best_Quotes

1. Don’t overthink. Just let it go.

2. Never explain yourself, your real friends don’t need it,and your enemies won’t belive it.

3. Don’t trust the prople who tell you other people’s secrets.

4. There is no enemy outside our soul. The real enemies live inside us: ANGER, EGO, GREED and HATE.

5. Everything is temporary, so try not to get too attached.

6. Happy people built their inner world. Unhappy people blame their outer world.

7. Happy people focus on what they have. Unhappy people focus on what is missing.

8. The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to
understanding. We listen to reply.

9. Understanding that you own nothing, everything that surrounds you is temporary, only the love in your heart will last forever.

10. Train your mind to see the good in everything. Positivity is a choice. The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.

11. There are four very important words in life: Love, Honest, Trust and Respest. Without these in your life, you have nothing.

12. Stop trying to calm the strom. Calm yourself, the strom will pass.

13. Open your mouth only if what you are going to say is more beautifull than silence.

14. The distance between a dream and reality is action.

15. Prove yourself to yourself, not others.

16. When you start looking at people’s heart instead of their face, life become clear.

17. Your problem is not your problem, your action is the problem.

18. Never give up. Great things take time.

19. If you want to be strong, learn to enjoy being alone.

20. When you wish good for others, good things come back to you. [This is the ‘Law Of Nature’]

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