Buddhist Prayer of the Day
May We Feel Compassion
May each of us find our true path and learn from our mistakes (karma) and accept each other's evolutionary pathway and not feel, show, or express disapproval with the choices the other makes.
May we feel compassion instead of hatred, love instead of anger, and an acceptance not only of others but of ourselves as well. May each of us do all of the above in a mindful way.
- Beliefnet member lgalexander
Source: Beliefnet prayer circle
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