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To Emulate the Buddha is to Cherish Time

To Emulate the Buddha is to Cherish Time [ Master's Teachings ]
People often say, “I should have…”, “I could have…”, or “I w... Read more...

True Blessings

True Blessings [ Master's Teachings ]
When people talk about having blessings, they often consider... Read more...

In Memory of Mr. Chen Yo-peng

In Memory of Mr. Chen Yo-peng[ Words to Volunteers ]
Editor’s note: After the sudden passing of Mr. Chen Yo-peng... Read more...

Delivering Aid to Refugees with Compassion

Delivering Aid to Refugees with Compassion[ Words to Volunteers ]
There’s always news about the refugees; recently, news repo... Read more...

Acting with Kindness: Mahakasyapa‘s Good Deed

Acting with Kindness: Mahakasyapa‘s Good Deed [ Master's Teachings ]
In walking the Bodhisattva Path, we are to help all living b... Read more...

A Thought Can Change Life’s Path: The Stingy Old Man

A Thought Can Change Life’s Path: The Stingy Old Man [ Master's Teachings ]
Many people are blessed with material wealth and live comfor...

Bringing Out Our Potential: The Bull with One Horn

Bringing Out Our Potential: The Bull with One Horn [ Master's Teachings ]
Each and every one of us has the great potential to attain e... Read more...

Creating Blessings and Nurturing Wisdom

Creating Blessings and Nurturing Wisdom [ Master's Teachings ]
Last year was Tzu Chi’s 50th year. In April, we will celebra... 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