„One who wallows in regret cannot see into their future. Wallowing in regret brings nothing but harm; by doing so, they only bring afflictions upon themselves.“
常常後悔的人,是一個看不到將來的人。 後悔只會給自己帶來傷害, 只會給自己增加更多煩惱。

Jun Hong Lu26
Australian Buddhist leader 1959
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