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Words to Volunteers: Material vs. Spiritual Riches

Words to Volunteers: Material vs. Spiritual RichesSelect teachings and points made by Master in the Morning Volunteer AssemblyRead more...

The Art of Cultivating the Mind

The Art of Cultivating the MindHow can you tell how cultured someone is? We can tell from how a person deals wi... Read more...

The Art of Leadership

The Art of Leadership A manager was deeply troubled by the HR issues, where he couldn't reach his seni... Read more...

Biography of Dharma Master Cheng Yen

Biography of Dharma Master Cheng YenDharma Master Cheng Yen was born in 1937 in Qingshui, a small town in Taichung C... Read more...

Guidance to Newly Certified Tzu Chi Volunteers

Guidance to Newly Certified Tzu Chi Volunteers Editor’s Introduction: When Tzu Chi volunteers from around the world traveled to ... Read more...

Youth, Health and Poverty

Youth, Health and PovertyWith youth, we have more time to fulfill our wishes; with health, we have vital ... Read more...

A Sense of Direction for the New Year

A Sense of Direction for the New Year [ Master's Teachings ]
At the beginning of a new year, everyone is looking forward ... Read more...

The Compassionate Deer King

The Compassionate Deer KingOnce upon a time, there was an emperor who loved to eat venison, so he often wen... Read more...
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" There is no one in the world that I don't love. There is no one in the world that I don't trust. There is no one in the world that I can't forgive. "
Jing Si Aphorism