Nothing helps us build our perceptiveness more than developing Compassion for others.
Compassion is a sympathetic feeling. It is the willingness to put ourselves in Someone else’s shoes. It is also the ability to shift our focus off ourselves and to imagine what it feels like to be in someone else’s predicament, and simultaneously to feel like the other person. We need to start using our human abilities to understand and recognize other people’s problem; their pain and frustration are every bit as real as our own, sometimes even far worse. In recognition of this fact and trying to offer some assistance, it opens our heart and enhances our sense of GRATITUDE.
Compassion is something you can develop with practice. It involves two things: Intentions and Actions.
Intention simply means you remember to open your heart to do the right things which benefit you and others; Intention allows you to expand the what and who matters from yourself to other people. While Action on the other hand simply means “what you can do about it.” You might donate a little money or time on a regular basis to a cause near your heart, or perhaps you could offer a beautiful smile and genuine compliment to the people you meet on the street, subway or on a bus. It’s not so important what you do, just take the time and do something for others.
” WE CAN DO GREAT THINGS ON THIS EARTH, AS MUCH AS WE CAN DO SMALL THINGS WITH GREAT LOVE”
Compassion develops our sense of Gratitude by taking our attention off the little things that most of us have learned to take too seriously. When we take time often to reflect on the MIRACLE OF LIFE— It is a Miracle that we are even able to read anything from the internet site, books, microscopes and so many other things our eyes perform for us; it’s a gift of sight from God to all Human beings. The gift of sight is a gift of love, likewise all the rest of our body. All of these help us to be grateful and complain less about the things that we think of as the ” big stuff”. Because when we let out our anger, fear, frustration, disappointment, and so forth, we’d then come to realize that they are really just “small stuff” which could definitely prevent us from being compassionate towards others of we don’t tend to shift off them.
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