Journeying Through Grief? Bring Compassion Along.

As you grieve, let there be compassion, first for yourself. Later, send compassion to others who were impacted by your loss. And then, when you feel your strength return, remember that everyone will have this experience, and let this realization fill your heart with an abundance of compassion so that it cannot be contained. Your best response is to send that compassion out to all beings.

If, with a mind free from hate,
one arouses love toward just one being,
one thereby becomes good.
Compassionate in mind toward all beings,
the noble one generates abundant merit
. (AN 8.1)

2 thoughts on “Journeying Through Grief? Bring Compassion Along.”

  1. I really enjoyed listening and hearing your voice . So many things to think about as well.
    For I have been going through so many roadways of grief with mom now 96 with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s .
    I spend most of my say repeating myself, talking to the walls.
    Sounds like your doing well.
    Can’t wait for your book to come out.
    Jeanne McNicholas

    1. Jeanne, Thank you so much for listening. Your mother is so fortunate to have such a loving and loyal daughter by her side. I send you lots of love.

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