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Capable Compassion

Compassion is not just an emotion one might feel after reading something sad or heartbreaking. Our compassion is a source of energy and strength. It is the basis for our actions in the world. ♦ From…

By Tai Moses

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Coming, Going

Empty-handed I entered the world Barefoot I leave it. My coming, my going— Two simple happenings That got entangled. ♦ From Japanese Death Poems, compiled by Yoel Hoffman. © 1998 Tuttle Publishing. Reprinted with permission of the…

By Kozan Ichikyo

Man with head bowed, remorse in buddhism

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The Sweet Pain of Remorse

One particular difficulty, which is one of the most effective catalysts to awakening the heart, is experiencing the pain of remorse. Sometimes we get a glimpse of the fact that we’re living from vanity or unkindness…

By Ezra Bayda

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