“In this world everyone is envious of his fellow being. But a perfect paramahamsa, being completely given up to the service of the Lord, is perfectly nonenvious. He loves every living being in relation with the Supreme Lord. Real renunciation means perfect dependence on God.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.18.22 Purport)
Friend1: Do you hold grudges?
Friend2: I try not to. With you it’s difficult.
Friend1: Very funny. You’re against them?
Friend2: Not something I really think about.
Friend1: If somebody wrongs you, isn’t it a good idea to hold on to the memory?
Friend2: As a prevention mechanism?
Friend1: Yes. So that in the future you don’t get burned again.
Friend2: I would call that intelligence. Remembering is not a bad idea, but a grudge is something different. It’s remaining upset for way too long, usually unjustifiably so.
Friend1: How do you let go of the ill feeling, though?
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