The Sixty-sixth Gate
The power of balance is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we discontinue all thoughts.
Power of balance :
great or marked ability to maintain mental...
The Sixty-fifth Gate
The power of mindfulness is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we do not [blindly] go along with others.
Power of mindfulness :
great or marked...
The Sixty-fourth Gate
The power of effort is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we do not regress or stray.
Power of Effort :
great or marked ability to make an earnest...
The Sixty-third Gate
The power of belief is a gate of Dharma illumination; for it surpasses the power of demons.
Power of Belief :
great or marked ability to have confidence in the...
The Sixty-second Gate
The faculty of wisdom is a gate of Dharma illumination; for [with it] we really see all dharmas.
mental steadiness or emotional stability; habit of...
Thank you dear Sangha!
This, IMHO, is 100% true! Whatever the terminology one uses... getting tangled up in the feelings of another being obstructs the ability to be helpful
It never occurred to me that the hierarchical structure of religions gets replicated in the hierarchical structure of societies and gender relations,
Maybe you are making much the same point, but using the terminology a bit differently? You speak of "compassion fatigue" while the author seems
Thank you Jundo. =)