Which one gets the driver seat and which one gets the learner seat, is up to you to decide.
Most of our problems arise from the fact that we hold on to things too tightly. We find it difficult to loosen up of let go. This tendency arises in response to being prepared for anything. "I don't drink tea, yet I have a tea pot, because one day I might end up loving drinking …
Bad qualities can disrupt the flow of your life. Good qualities can bring back the flow and make it even stronger.
Mediation is a form of self exploration. You explore within to tend to the good and remove the bad.
Exposing the children to both good and bad of the world, allow them to decide their own future. You don't lay down answers, but make various paths for them to walk on. If we keep hiding what's bad, they will be more intrigued by the bad, and begin taking good for granted. A rational argument …
Absence of bad doesn't directly equate to presence of good. Removing bad qualities from oneself isn't enough by itself. We must strive to inculcate positive in us too.
Both good and bad are within us. Who we give the steering wheel paves the way to future.
Special moments are special because they are rare. Whether it is good or bad doesn't matter. Once it becomes a routine it loses its value. Don't get used to being happy, find moments of happiness. Don't avoid sadness, deal with it.
There's no way to save just the good person. For both good and bad lies within.
It's better to know about both the good and the bad rather than remaining ignorant.