Dedicated to kindness, generosity, compassion and empathy
01Sep / 2012
Kindness is more important than wisdom, and the recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom.
Theodore Isaac Rubin
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Tags: Buddhism, kindness, Wisdom, Zen
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I was just commenting on this subject yesterday to my brother when we went to WalMart. I told him look around, at all the people that look so sad with no smiles on their faces………
That’s so true Terry. It’s amazing how much doing something kind for someone else can make US feel better.
Thank you dear friend!
Yes, very profound, in a simplistic way.
Thank you Yaz! 🙂
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