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|Collection of traditional Buddhist tales following the Buddha through his various prior births.|
|Doing so opens a wellspring of courage and love within our hearts. In this gift edition of her first book, Pema presents traditional Buddhist wisdom that anyone can relate to.|
|Oscar Wilde The greatest things in life are the ordinary, everyday humanities: |
Speaking kindly to people, speaking kindly of people, doing kindness for people..
.. — Fred Van Amburgh What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?
|Eager for his first encounter with North American audiences, the Dalai Lama's enthusiasm for his subject shines through in these presentations.|
|The highest wisdom is kindness. BERAKOT (17AD) The essence of love is |
kindness. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON Kindness is the insignia of a loving
heart. ANONYMOUS Civilization is merely the long process of learning how to be
|Kindness is also the mark of a valued man, for “What a man desires is unfailing |
love; better to be poor than a liar” (19:22). McKane ... The language of this
description makes it clear that wisdom and kindness are the rule for her life, not
just an ...
|An Anthology of Inspiring Wisdom from Those Who Have Been There Kindness is |
Key Training Inc. ... Joyce M. Ross and E. Patricia Connor Written by Joyce M.
Ross In 2010, when Patricia and I started Kindness is Key Training Inc., we ...
|The generous act of kindness may have been turned into something |
unsatisfactory or cruel by taking away the pleasure of ... This points out that the
way kindness Wisdom Writers around the World is expressed may be as 20 John
|Just as a lotus grows forth from mud but is not sullied by the faults of mud, so |
wisdom is capable of putting you in a situation of noncontradiction, whereas there
would be contradiction if you did not have wisdom. There is wisdom realizing ...
|Angelis, Barbara De Kindness is wisdom. - Bailey, Philip James Shall we make a |
new rule of life from tonight: always try to be a little kinder than is necessary. -
Barrie, Sir James M. A kind and compassionate act is often its own reward.