Hi <<First Name>>,
A reminder that our meditation and chat is back on this evening -- zoom link and info are included below.
Today I'm appreciating this quote:
Compassion is not foolish. It doesn’t just go along with what others want so they don’t feel bad. There is a yes in compassion, and there is also a no, said with the same courage of heart. Buddhists call this the fierce sword of compassion.
In your taiji practice, or in other areas of your life and work, how have you experienced compassion in the form of a no, either as a recipient or a provider, or both at the same time?