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08 June 2008 @ 04:33 pm
Tao of the Day  
"Guilt is a veil that the inferior hide behind. They commit some supposed transgression and then whine that they feel guilty. Is this supposed to purge the consequences of their misdeeds? They say they feel remorse and then they repeat the same acts all over again. Their guilt becomes heavier. Unable to change, unable to accept themselves, they feel inferior because of their continual guilty feelings. This process becomes a lifelong pattern and cripples them totally." - Butterfly, Chronicles of the Tao by Deng Ming-Dao

"There may come a day when you'll find that you've made some terrible mistakes. When that time comes, don't feel guilty. Don't hide it from yourself. Just do better in the future." - Butterfly, Chronicles of the Tao by Deng Ming-Dao
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