Samskāra

“She’s really got it bad.”
I’ve never spent time with her.

“She’s an addict. Big time.”
Really? What’s she on?

“Polarization—
She can’t get enough of  it.”

 

Samskāra, Sanskrit, noun. A personality trait conditioned over many lives or one life: a mental and behavioral pattern; a latency or tendency within the mind which will manifest itself if given the prope renvironment and stimulus. – Eknath Easwaran, The Bhagavad Gita for Daily Living, v.1.

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