YA (Yet Another) My World

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Equanimity:
Learning to accept loss and gain, good-repute and ill-repute, praise and censure, sorrow and happiness all with detachment, equally, for oneself and for others.
It is a clear-minded tranquil state of mind.
It refers to the equanimity that arises from the power of observation, the ability to see without being caught by what we see.

โ€œBeing in the middleโ€ refers to balance, to remaining centered in the middle of whatever is happening.
This balance comes from inner strength or stability.
The strong presence of inner calm, well-being, confidence, vitality, or integrity can keep us upright, like a ballast keeps a ship upright in strong winds.
As inner strength develops, equanimity follows.

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