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Stories

Volunteer Reconciles With Her Father After Years of Anger

Volunteer Reconciles With Her Father After Years of Anger Wu Mei-fen, a volunteer at the Dalin Tzu Chi Hospital, was wheeling an elderly lady paralyzed by a stroke. As she looked at the lady, she thought of her own father, already in his seventies; his health was declining. She was overwhelmed by a sense of regret and shame, as she thought of her own ignorance and lack of understanding of her parents. She was unable to stem the flow of tears.Read more...
 

From Loneliness to Abundance of Love in Mozambique

From Loneliness to Abundance of Love in Mozambique “You have wristwatches – all we have is time.” People in southern Africa tend to... Read more...

Succeeding in Order to Honor the Love of Master Cheng Yen

Succeeding in Order to Honor the Love of Master Cheng Yen Dharma Master Cheng Yen once told me, "Take good care of the patients at the hos... Read more...

Generous Teacher Inspires Student to Life of Service

Generous Teacher Inspires Student to Life of Service The inspiring story of Lee Li-se began when she was a student in fourth grade at... Read more...

Volunteer Inspired by Example of Mother

Volunteer Inspired by Example of Mother Volunteer Hong Qi-ling (洪綺伶) was inspired to join Tzu Chi by the example of her ... Read more...
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" Be clear and complete when you talk and listen. Do not pick one sentence here, and one sentence there; or you may by accident intensely hurt someone. "
Jing-Si Aphorism