Life goes on without regard to our partial or selfish desires. Accordingly, joy and anger, sadness and happiness, love and hate, and all kinds of thoughts and emotions are woven together. If everything, including misfortune, illness and failure, is unconditionally accepted as it is, then all experience may be constructively enjoyed.
The merciful world of the Buddha embraces all people exactly as they are. It is a world in which people who swear they will never be deluded but who will soon fall into bewilderment are generously embraced as they are by the Buddha."