Compassion Requires Firm Footing

Most of the time when we are trying to be compassionate it’s obvious there’s some kind of good intention there.

But if we ourselves have too much speed and confusion and reach out to help somebody else, a lot of times you end up with two people in trouble.

I want to emphasize over and over, that if we don’t have firm footing, which is our own strong practice, it is extremely hard to mix compassion into everyday life.

 

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