Chinese proverbs

May 9, 2010

To obtain a mind free of worries, we have to learn to put ourselves in the other person’s place.

To cultivate oneself, one must recognize the merits and correct the defects.

They’re from a Buddhist Monastery called Fo Guang Shan in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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