You don’t get to be the spiritual leader of Buddhism without being able to shrug it off, but the Dalai Lama has now spoken out about what grinds his gears.
Most of us get pissed off by petty, every day stuff – stubbed toes, unnecessary video buffering and Justin Bieber are all perfectly reasonable things to kick off about.
Speaking to Time Magazine about what gets under his skin, the Dalai Lama as revealed that other people’s carelessness doesn’t wash with him.
You never stop getting angry about small things. In my case, it’s when my staff do something carelessly, then my voice goes high. But after a few minutes, it passes.
The 80-year-old is famous for his good nature and insightful teachings, but it’s good to know that even he occasionally gets frustrated with other people’s stupidity like the rest of us.