When encountering pleasing sense objects, though they appear beautiful like a rainbow in summertime, not to regard them as real and to abandon clinging attachments if the Bodhisattvas’ practice.
A bodhisattva’s practice is,
When meeting with pleasing objects,
not to regard them as truly existent,
Even though they appear beautifully, like a summer’s rainbow,
And (thus) to rid ourselves of clinging and attachment.
– The Berzin Archives Thirty-seven Bodhisattva Practices