Prioritizing, embodying, and promoting the ideals of healing
Wednesday, 24 December 2014
"I used to think that people who regarded everyone benignly were a mite simple or oblivious or just plain lax — until I tried it myself. Then I realized that they made it only look easy. Even the Berditchever Rebbe, revered as a man who could strike a rock and bring forth a stream, was continually honing his intentions. 'Until I remove the thread of hatred from my heart,' he said of his daily meditations, 'I am, in my own eyes, as if I did not exist.' "
Marc Barasch "The Compassionate Life: Walking the Path of Kindness"