We learn to incline our hearts toward the qualities that ennoble our lives and liberate the moment from fear, ill will, and confusion.

“As we discover more joy, we can face suffering in a way that ennobles rather than embitters. We have hardship without becoming hard. We have heartbreak without being broken.” – Desmond Tutu

Remember, you can be your own master, moving like a buddha, dwelling in mindfulness.

This is a first principle of Buddhist psychology: See the inner nobility and beauty of all human beings.