Sharon Salzberg on Increasing Acts of Kindness

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Kindness Is a Strength

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It is all too easy to consider kindness a secondary virtue, the one we reach for only as a last resort. But if we look at the strength of kindness--the way it reminds us of a sense of inner abundance, the way it helps us feel connected to others instead of isolated and apart--we can appreciate kindness as the force it is. Kindness isn’t an ally of foolishness or gullibility, but rather an ally of wisdom and courage.

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Buddhist teacher and author Sharon Salzberg talks about using meditation to develop a spiritual life. Through meditating, we can confront all facets of our being and bring self-awareness to our everyday lives.

Buddhist teacher and author Sharon Salzberg talks about using meditation to develop a spiritual life. Through meditating, we can confront all facets of our being and bring self-awareness to our everyday lives.

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