QotD: Siddhartha.

Via on Aug 12, 2010

“I do not care for happiness which is sought at the price of others’ suffering.”  ~ Siddhartha.

Via: Konchog Norbu: “It’s from the Buddhacharitra, “Acts of the Buddha,” Ashin-la.”

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