8 Buddhist Quotes that Saved Me from Myself Over & Over Again.

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There are many dangerous things in this world.

However, for me, the most dangerous thing is my mind. I don’t see it, I don’t smell it, I can’t touch it, but I can hear it, and it makes me do and say stupid things.

I always say that I’m on a constant quest to save me from me. I’m my own enemy, and if I…

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