Cancer Compassion: 6 Questions to Answer If You Want To Be Helpful To Family and Friends

The What and How of CompassionHis Holiness, The Dali Lama, wrote “Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” Thich Nhat Hanh, said, “Compassion means, literally, ‘to suffer with.’” For me, compassion is a what of Buddhist tradition. It says this is what we should be doing in supporting cancer victims, but not necessarily how to do it other than in general terms (e.g., acceptance, nonjudgmental, etc.).

via Cancer Compassion: 6 Questions to Answer If You Want To Be Helpful To Family and Friends.

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