Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation

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Oct 24th
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Stories

Seeing the World with Compassionate Eyes

Seeing the World with Compassionate Eyes At 3:22 PM on February 21, 2014, Calvin Hsi, a beloved member of the Tzu Chi family, quietly left this world. As the news of his passing was received, it was met not only with unspeakable grief, but shock as well. Physically, Calvin had been steadily becoming thinner over the past year, but no one knew that he struggled with a serious illness. We could hardly imagine that Calvin had already been diagnosed three years earlier or that one year ago his health had deteriorated even further, beginning to flicker like a candle in the wind. He had been warned to be vigilant and take it easy. But Calvin never strayed from the path he set for himself. He was determined to remain steady and joyful as he continued to tread the Bodhisattva Path.Read more...
 

"Going Home": A Patient's Understanding and Mine

When 50-year-old Min Xiao was transferred into the Heart Lotus Palliative Ward i... Read more...

First in Zimbabwe

First in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe has set and broken many records in the last 20 years. Inflation in the ... Read more...

From a Stern Father to a Respected Volunteer

From a Stern Father to a Respected Volunteer A stout stature and a square face have given Tan Kwang Fatt a stern look. Being ... Read more...

Tu Fengmei Learns How To Tell the Stories of Life

Tu Fengmei Learns How To Tell the Stories of Life "In Tzu Chi, you must take the initiative to look for your own tasks or offer to... Read more...
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" Be prepared for crisis even when all is well, so that we won't end up wishing in vain for safety when danger befalls. "
Jing-Si Aphorism