Busy but not in disarray; tired but not worn out.
Be happy being busy! Even when you're tired, be joyful.
Busy? No matter. No vexation. All is well.
Work quickly, not anxiously; mind and body relaxed and unbound.
Finish your work quickly, but in an orderly manner; don't become nervous trying to compete with time itself.
Don't measure success and failure by wealth or poverty; work only to benefit yourself and others with all your heart and strength.
Work hard and others may resent you, take up a task and risk criticism; compassion lies within harsh words, treasure buried deep within criticism.
Be at ease in all encounters; give of yourself, as conditions permit.
The three acts of success: accord with causes and conditions, act decisively when they arise, shape the future.
Seize opportunity when it arises, create it when it doesn't exist; but when the time is not ripe, don't take unnecessary action.
Life's ups and downs are the stuff of growth and development.
Do what you have to do with wisdom; treat people with care and compassion.
When you are off balance, always right yourself with wisdom, everywhere you go, use compassion to make life easy for others.
Deep wisdom, great compassion: few vexations.
Face whatever is in front of you, act with wisdom, treat people with compassion; forget benefit, harm, gain, and loss, and vexations will diminish.
An ordinary mind bends to circumstances; a sage mind transforms circumstances.
Big duck swims, big wake; little duck swims, little wake. No duck in the water? No wake at all.
Can't move the mountain? Build a road! Road blocked? Start climbing! Can't climb? Shift mind!
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