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|Mother Teresa31 remarks, “One must really have suffered oneself to help others.” |
Other great leaders have observed the relationship between suffering, service,
and submission to God. Dietrick Bonhoeffer wrote, “The only profitable ...
|Mansfield, Katherine It is not true that suffering ennobles the character; |
happiness does that sometimes, but suffering, for the most part, makes men petty
and vindictive. ... Mother Teresa One must really have suffered oneself to help
|And we must share it, for only by being one with them can we redeem them by |
bringing God into their lives and bringing them to God. - Mother Teresa One must
really have suffered oneself to help others. - Mother Teresa So many signatures ...
|Out of 18 Formula One Races held throughout the year 2008 Hamilton emerged |
winner in a total of five races namely— I. Australian Grand Prix (March 16, 2008)
... PD/January/2009/1170 “One must really have suffered oneself to help others.
|One helps oneself, but not in order to help others; you help yourself in order to |
progress in your own life.38 Helping others through the use of magic is in no way
forbidden, but one should carefully consider the ... For example, if the person
injured would otherwise have caused greater suffering to others.39 The above
quote also ... A long time member of the order elaborates: To cultivate oneself to
become more enlightened, to be able to have access to more energy, to really go
|Therefore, to really exchange My own happiness for the suffering of others is the |
practice of a bodhisattva. ... Indeed, when you reflect that all beings must have
actually been your kind parents at one time or another, and that surely ... When
you can actually take other people's suffering upon yourself, rejoice that you have
fulfilled your aims; never think they did not deserve so much help or that you have
|In particular, one must not only have made sense of the other as an animate |
being, but one must understand suffering from first-person experience and in turn
understand that others can suffer in the same way as oneself or in like ways.
Crying is a clue to ... suffer. One's motivation to help others and one's actual acts
of altruism build on just such foundational symptomatic and signal bodily
|All the speakers stressed that in order to heal others, one must first heal oneself. |
... One of the basic issues that one comes face to face with in the helping
professions is the model which has engulfed our minds, ... I have discovered a
disease, 'doctor syndrome,' from which I myself have suffered, with multiple
physical and emotional ... Now however, I actually find that it is easy to sit with
people in distress.
|Suffering, with a capital S, will have to come out from it, purged of all base |
constituents. ... pass unscathed, while being as "grown-up" as possible, and
which I must plumb to its most miserable depths if I am to help others to pass
through it later.
|So great has been the number of our rebirths that in one life or another every |
sentient being must have acted as our mother. ... to help liberate others from
suffering is the state of Buddhahood, where we ourselves are emancipated from
samsara and ... On the basis of all these reasonings (though it is not enough just
to think them through, one must really take them to ... one is taking away all the
sufferings of living beings and absorbing them into oneself, and with every out-
breath one is ...