Kozo Hattori, a writer and counselor, explains how compassion creates happiness, freedom from gender stereotypes, and better relationships with others.
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Egoless divine pride: the most glorious concept I have ever heard – from Tibetan Buddhism. The Uttara Tantra elaborates: There once was a prince, who lost his memory and forgot who he was. Lost in forgetfulness and confusion, he wandered aimlessly, and became a homeless beggar. Years later, a minister to the king came across . . . → Read More: Writings of J. Todd Ring: The Key of Keys
Yet more. I had this photo I took of Buddha statues at the stairs at Swayambunath. They lingered in my collection and suffered various manipulations and filters.
Sometimes you need someone to spill coffee on them, or drive a truck over them, or go nuts with scissors and leave the scraps for you . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Some more filter madness
Found as posted by Paul Lynch on Google+, a post from a Blogspot blog: http://chanpoetry.blogspot.ca/2012/09/growing-up-and-so-is-love.html
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