Compassionate listening is a very important part of our therapy. I came across an example where it was used with excellent results.

(Arvind Khare) #1

(Venu Murthy) #2

This is priceless Dear @ceoccfb
Just imagine how beautiful the world would become if we could just practice this one line teaching in this article.

Say to yourself: my purpose is not to argue with him or correct him but to allow him to have a chance to suffer less by speaking out.

When I had been to Isreal, I could gauge the amount of tension between them and Palestine (to which I crossed the border and went to visit the birthplace of Christ.) I couldn’t have imagined the stress between these two nations. But I am glad that at Plum Valley, I guess this is happening under the guidance of Thich Nhat Hanh, such an amazing this is being done. Thank you for sharing.