“The question of the play,” the director said about The Cataract, “is, ‘What happens when the person you love teaches you so much about yourself that you have to leave them?’”
An action, whether of body, speech, or mind, is called “karma” in Sanskrit. Engaging in the correct actions necessary for the welfare of our future lives depends upon a correct understanding of actions and their effects. All our actions of body, speech, and mind are causes and all our experiences are their effects.
— Geshe Kelsang Gyatso - “The New Meditation Handbook” (via dancingdakini)