When you are happy, think of others. When you are sad, think of others. It is the best medicine! It brings peace of mind for oneself and helps others as well. Today from HH Dalai Lama we will take the Bodhisattva vow of universal unconditional compassion to cultivate the mind towards “focusing on others” to serve them the best we can. Since we are limited in what we can do for others, we train to become more able, and eventually enlightened. The capacity of this enlightened mind is beyond our imagination.
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How do we practice compassion? The six perfections (Sanskrit paramitas) are instructions for practicing compassion. Generosity has various methods, like giving money, shelter and food, giving time, giving kindness, listening non-judgmentally, giving love, and giving […]