compassion…

Compassion...

It is not enough to be compassionate, we must act.
By Dalai Lama XIV

What is your action once you hear the siren from ambulance?

Maybe when you are driving, when you are at home, when you are in office….

This is the best time to practice compassion, we can be silence for a moment and make a best wish for the patient, “May he or she be well and safe!”

Whenever you read the tragedy in newspaper, “murder”, “natural disaster”, “accident”?

How’s your reaction?

Are you cursing? Are you angry? Are you blaming? Are you stress? Are you sad?

Why not turn the negative emotion to positive emotion?

We can also practice compassion, be silence and make a best wish,

“May all beings relieve from suffering!”

“May all beings be well and happy!

How beautiful!

No matter how many times you study sutra, listen to Dharma, reading text, if you don’t practice.

Do you think you can be more compassion, generous, calm, forgiveness, humble, loving….?”

It’ll be similar to people who are learning theory of swimming, if the person never practice swimming, do you think he/ she can swim?

It’ll be similar to people who are learning theory of driving, if the person never practice driving, do you think he/ she can drive?

It’ll be similar to people who are learning theory of piloting, if the person never practice piloting, do you think he/ she can manage a plane?

Practice your compassion in any moment of time.

Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.

By Buddha

 

 

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6 responses to “compassion…

  1. The Bible says God, the great and only Creator Who was and is and is to come invites us into relationship with Him. He says: Ask Me and keep asking. Seek for your answers from Me and keep seeking. Knock at my door and keep knocking. For when you do He will show and we will find. He will give and we will receive. And He will open the door for us to enter. Jesus, the only Son conceived among mankind by God the Father, said He is the Good Shepherd. When my life is in turmoil I go to my Good Shepherd. I ask. I seek. I knock. And I rest in the goodness of my Great God.

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