When we help others, we should be tactful and sensitive. We should try to understand the other person’s experience and point of view, and then offer help that is relevant to him, and in such a way as he can accept it. We cannot help others if we attack their values and beliefs or if we ignore their temperament and personal circumstances.
The happiness of the three worlds disappears in a moment, Like a dewdrop on a blade of grass.The highest level of freedom is one that never changes. Aim for this — this is the practice of a bodhisattva.