Compassion is an internal attitude that can be deliberately cultivated through practice. Reflection on bringing compassion into daily situations.
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The Buddha had an answer for those who believed in the innate superiority of certain groups of people. His teachings show the ways we are all equal.
When we see that we are inextricably interconnected we will see that caring for others is more crucial than ever before.
A student’s poem analyzes how our personal attachments hold us back from developing compassion for all beings.
Advice on how to face anger and hatred with calm and creativity.
A story of a man who used to be a white supremacist and transformed his hate into compassion.
In the face of human hardship, compassion is the only response that makes sense. It has a ripple effect touching and influencing the others around us.
Venerable Thubten Semkye teaches on the six far-reaching practices, focusing on why they are the core bodhisattva practices that will lead us to awakening.
A Dharma student contemplates his experiences while in the hospital.
Pausing to cultivate a compassionate motivation before we act transforms our mental state, assists us to make wise decisions and enhances our lives.