Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Wisdom, Compassion, the Ethics

Wisdom, Compassion, the Ethics

It is said that a wisdom and a compassion are the two eyes of Buddhism.  "A wisdom," in Mahayana Buddhism, itself it of anatman or shunyata.  There are two words translate as the "compassion" - metta and karuna.  Metta (Pali) is a benevolence about all the without discrimination, it is free of a fixing.  Karuna itself it active sympathy and calm affection, a consent for supporter the pain of the others, and possibly a compassion.  Metta, karuna, mudita (a likable joy) and upeksha (an of mood they are four divine or virtues immensurables that of the buddhist ones are to cultivate

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