Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Dan Savage vs. Brian Brown: The Dinner Table Debate

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Daily Buddhist Wisdom

This is the work of those who are skilled and peaceful, who seek the good: May they be able and upright, straightforward, of gentle speech and not proud. May they be content and easily supported, unburdened, with their senses calmed. May they be wise, not arrogant and without desire for the possessions of others. May they do nothing mean or that the wise would reprove. May all things be happy. May they live in safety and joy.
- Metta Suta

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Tricycle Daily Dharma August 22, 2012

Compassion Despite Dislike

Remember that you don’t have to like or admire someone to feel compassion for that person. All you have to do is wish for that person to be happy.
- Thanissaro Bhikkhu, "Head & Heart Together"
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