"The Natural Freedom of the Mind"
Since the One Mind -- pure from the beginningless beginning
and with no need to grasp things other than itself --
has nothing to do with an intermediary or with a fixed plan,
the individual mind might as well be happy.
Since awareness has no objective relationship of any kind,
no specific direction or focus,
the individual might as well love everyone.
Since vision and commitment to vision
have nothing to do with complacency or fear,
the individual might as well be joyous.
Since action and goals have nothing to do with success or failure,
hope and anxiety,
and it doesn't matter whether they are won or lost,
the individual might as well feel content.
Since everything is an illusion --
with some more perfect than others --
with no relationship to good or bad, being or not-being,
one might as well laugh from beginning to end.
— Longchenpa, 1308-1363, Tibetan scholar, maste of the Nyingma tradition