“Joy at the means to one’s own good is simply joy at one’s own good, just as distress at the…”

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“Joy at the means to one’s own good is simply joy at one’s own good, just as distress at the destruction of material goods is really caused by the loss of comforts.”

Śāntideva, Bodhicaryāvatāra, Crosby & Skilton tr. (8:25)

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