10- True compassion

‘TAKING NATURE AWARENESS OF OUR OWN’

 

If we observe our own physiognomy, more precisely, our own hands, we see that were made to hug, to touch and love more than to punch. If they had been made to strike, then our beautiful fingers would not be necessary. An example is the case of boxers to hit, must close their fingers because otherwise their blows would be ineffectual. In this example, we discern clear that our basic physical structure is of a nature compassionate and benevolent. That is, we were created to love and serve, to build and rebuild.

Our physical body loves and appreciates the PEACE OF MIND, so we must be aware of how bad it is for the structure of our health into our lives the presence of disturbing elements such as anger, lies, sadness, resentment, jealousy, envy, depression and all the feelings that poison our lives. It follows the conclusion that our health is designed for an atmosphere of human affection. And it is precisely in love, wisdom and faith that are within us where we find the basis for a happy life and accomplished. According to Buddhist interpretation, true compassion is based on a clear acceptance or recognition that we, like all human beings want happiness and they deserve it, besides having the right to overcome and conquer the pain associated with each one in his personal life. In this way, and consequently develops an interest in the welfare of others, regardless of the attitude we have about ourselves. That is compassion.

Project begining from where still is easy and then continue with the difficult part. MAKE BIG things starting from small things. EVERYTHING that is difficult STARTS BEING EASY. EVERYTHING that is big STARTS BEING SMALL. WHY WHY DOES THE WISE NEVER DO NOTHING BIG, AND HOWEVER REALIZES THAT HE MAKES LARGE THINGS. THE WIDE TREE TRUNK IS ALREADY IN THE SMALL OUTBREAK. A GREAT BUILDING IS BASED ON LAYER OF GROUND. THE JOURNEY TO THE ETERNAL BEGINS IN FRONT OF YOUR FEET. -LAO-TSE






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