The Venerable Chogyam Trungpa, a Buddhist teacher of great reknown, was once asked after a talk why he had changed his mind on a certain point. He cocked his head, as he would, looked at the student and answered, 'Because I have a mind to change!'
I've always liked this and what it means. Why does being stalwart and stubbornly loyal carry such great weight? Why is being spontaneous considered flighty? So bizarre.
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