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Stories

Real-life Story of Repentance: Overcoming Cancer through Repentance and a Vegetarian Diet

Real-life Story of Repentance: Overcoming Cancer through Repentance and a Vegetarian Diet Michael Tsai (蔡晉宏) is a Tzu Chi volunteer in the United States who immigrated to the United States when he was in his teens. His parents sent him to the US to study. He was very independent; despite the meager wage he earned, he was able to work to support himself while pursuing his studies. Because of the hardship he experienced early in life, he vowed to work hard and become rich. After years of hard work, he created his own company and became very successful.Read more...
 

Real-life Story of Repentance: Sacrificing Oneself to Benefit Others

Real-life Story of Repentance: Sacrificing Oneself to Benefit Others Chen Tianding (陳添丁) is a very active Tzu Chi volunteer in Taiwan and a participa... Read more...

Real-life Story of Repentance: The Courage to Do What's Right

Real-life Story of Repentance: The Courage to Do What's Right "I used to prepare meat dishes every day for our noodle eatery. When I first lea... Read more...

Real-life Story of Repentance: From Fishing Fanatic to Vegetarian Volunteer

Real-life Story of Repentance: From Fishing Fanatic to Vegetarian Volunteer Mr. Wu Zhaocai (吳朝財) is a Tzu Chi volunteer from Taiwan. He was involved in the ... Read more...

Work is a blessing

Work is a blessing For over 50 years, I’ve been going to bed before 11 p.m. and waking up at 4:00 a... Read more...
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" It is by cultivating tolerance and humility through the affairs of daily life that we become refined in demeanor and conduct. "
Jing-Si Aphorism