In Buddhist practice — and for that matter in any and all activities — the key element is motivation. Suffering saturates life, and the eventual elimination of the suffering of all beings is the main motivation. Such motivation and the activities that flow from it are called bodhicitta, the “heart of awakening.” Bodhicitta includes loving-kindness and compassion.

— Dza Kilung Rinpoche

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