Art of Living Slowly

From a peaceful center we can respond instead of react.

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A person who has awakened the force of genuine compassion will be quite capable of working physically, verbally, and mentally for the welfare of others.
Jamgon Kongtrul, The Torch of Certainty

Filed under Bodhicitta Jamgon Kongtrul Religion The Torch of Certainty Tonglen awakening compassion compassion practice enlightenment health health and wellness healthcare healthcare workers hospice loving kindness loving kindness meditation spirituality wellness Mindfulness meditation non-violence Non Violent Communication

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