This particular quirk of the human mind is so common that the ancient books of Tibet list it among the top ten mental troublemakers. We seem to have the habit of taking an unhealthy interest in the woes of others around us; at its worst, you can see this in the public obsession with the troubles of famous people.
To Practice This Thought:
Stifle the National Inquirer reader in you.
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