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You have an inclination: in the flash of one second, you feel what needs to be done. It is not a product of your education; it is not scientific or logical; you simply pick up on the message. And then you act: you just do it. That basic human quality of suddenly opening up is the best part of human instinct. You know what to do right away, on the spot—which is fantastic.
That is what we call the dot of basic goodness and unconditional instinct. You don’t think: you just feel, on the spot.
Basic trust is knowing that there is such a thing as that spark of basic goodness.
Chogyam Trungpa, The Ocean of Dharma