compassion

"The true meaning of Ch'an is wisdom and compassion, and the meaning of meditative absorption is not to be affected by our environment and not to be subject to any temptation. Ch'an Buddhism teaches that concentration and wisdom are one, with which we are able to deal with people and ev

Buddhist practice includes two aspects: understanding of the concepts and daily practice of the methods. The point of learning Buddhism is to use the Buddhist ideas we understand to solve the problem we encounter in daily life. It is most important to constantly practice, so as to gain effectiveness and proficiency in applying the Buddhadharma to our daily activities, keeping our body and mind in a state of balance, calmness, stability, and peace.

Compassion is both nature and nurture. We are all born with some degree of compassion, which should be tempered with reason, and nurtured like a seedling so it won't wither. And it will grow if we practice by looking inward, and reducing our vexations.

The Ten-phrase Avalokitesvara Sutra for Prolonging Life and the Dharani of the Great Compassionate. One help to remove our obstacles and extend our life of wisdom.The Ten-phrase Avalokitesvara Sutra for Prolonging Life and the Dharani of the Great Compassionate. One help to remove our obstacles and extend our life of wisdom.

Help sentient beings but refrain from dwelling on it, this is causeless compassion. Help sentient beings but refrain from dwelling on it, this is causeless compassion.Help sentient beings but refrain from dwelling on it, this is causeless compassion. 

Compassion is the best prescription to purify our minds.

Compassion is very important; wisdom is also very important. Being compassionate means caring for others, embracing them, loving them, helping them grow, and forgiving them. Wisdom means that we are capable of clearly observing our minds and recognizing our inner state. Wise people are not emotional

If there is something in our mind, then it has obstructions; it cannot be broad and vast, open and clear, and therefore it cannot really have wisdom and compassion. A mind free of obstructions is a mind without distracted thoughts and vexations. When we are not affected or afflicted by our environme

Compassion is both nature and nurture. We are all born with some degree of compassion, which should be tempered with reason, and nurtured like a seedling so it won't wither. And it will grow if we practice by looking inward, and reducing our vexations.

Help sentient beings but refrain from dwelling on it, this is causeless compassion.