bogged down with cynicism that you sink under the waves of discouragement. While the Dalai Lama’s essay, Ethic of Compassion is full of wonderful insights in his eagerness to move the masses off their islands of “crete” towards compassion he inadvertently teaches the practice of wing melting, aka universal compassion/Great Compassion. Which is an impossible and dangerous ideal to live by. The Dalai Lama does not say the everyone must attain Nying je chenmo not live an ethical life rather Great
or universally, “what goes around comes around” is present in all aspects of our lives. This simple saying contains the essence of human wisdom, which implies a strong cause and effect relationship. Through personal experience, observation, and research, I believe that what goes around comes around, positively and negatively. The idea of “What goes around comes around” originally stems from the Hindu and Buddhist religions idea of Karma.