Are we holding others to an unrealistically high standard?
Sep28

Are we holding others to an unrealistically high standard?

Suppose someone we know does something so shocking that we feel, “I don’t want anything to do with such a horrible person.”…

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Light is usually seen before warmth is felt, but spiritual warmth frequently needs to be felt before spiritual light is seen
Mar10

Light is usually seen before warmth is felt, but spiritual warmth frequently needs to be felt before spiritual light is seen

If we are lost in the dark and cold, we can spot the light of a fire long before we feel its warmth. In the spiritual domain, however,…

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To be truly non-judgmental, stop being judgmental about those who are judgmental
Feb04

To be truly non-judgmental, stop being judgmental about those who are judgmental

 If we are judgmental, we make snap judgments about people. We blame them for actions that were almost inevitable for them…

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Showing others how they are wrong is not compassion, seeing how they can help themselves become more right is
Jan28

Showing others how they are wrong is not compassion, seeing how they can help themselves become more right is

If we see someone in trouble, we may naturally want to help them. And if they are in trouble because of something that they …

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An impurity censor makes no sense to those who don’t have even an impurity sensor
Nov12

An impurity censor makes no sense to those who don’t have even an impurity sensor

An impurity censor refers to some regulator that filters out impure content. And an impurity sensor refers to some identifying…

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Know when to give others space and when to give them pace
Aug19

Know when to give others space and when to give them pace

If someone intrudes into our personal physical space by coming too close to us, we feel uncomfortable. We similarly feel…

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