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Seizing Upon the Seed of a Good Thought

Seizing Upon the Seed of a Good Thought [ Master's Teachings ]
In a conversation with Dharma Master Cheng Yen, a renowned w... Read more...

How to Avoid Inter-Personal Conflicts?

How to Avoid Inter-Personal Conflicts?People asked: “Tzu Chi is a huge organization, with many outstanding entrepreneu... Read more...

How to Give, for the Person Who Has Nothing

How to Give, for the Person Who Has Nothing [ Master's Teachings ]
Editor's Introduction: People who live in poverty not only ... Read more...

A Horse Teaches Remorse and Compassion

A Horse Teaches Remorse and CompassionThere was once an Arab merchant, Mr A, who owned a horse that was very strong. S... Read more...

Faith in the Dharma

Faith in the Dharma[ Master's Teachings ]
Every day, before the break of dawn, I walk out of my stud...

Starting on Tzu Chis Path as Newly Certified Volunteers

Starting on Tzu Chis Path as Newly Certified Volunteers[ Master's Teachings ]
In November 2012, volunteers returning to Taiwan for trainin... Read more...

Emulating Prince Siddhartha

Emulating Prince Siddhartha [ Master's Teachings ]
The reason that we can learn the Buddhist teachings today is... Read more...

Cultivating a Wholesome Mind: The Four Right Efforts

Cultivating a Wholesome Mind: The Four Right Efforts [ Master's Teachings ]
As an ordinary person, we give rise to all sorts of thoughts... Read more...
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" To be peaceful and serene always, faithfully fulfill your duties and keep the mind pure and undefiled. "
Jing-Si Aphorism