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Healing Our Minds to Save the Earth

Healing Our Minds to Save the Earth[ Words to Volunteers ] The impact of global warming is becoming more serious. In ... Read more...

Biography of Dharma Master Cheng Yen

Biography of Dharma Master Cheng YenDharma Master Cheng Yen was born in 1937 in Qingshui, a small town in Taichung C... Read more...

Master Cheng Yen's Jing Si Aphorisms

Master Cheng Yen's Jing Si Aphorisms"Following and applying the teachings of Buddha in our daily lives and transform... Read more...

Jing Si Abode

Jing Si AbodeJing Si Abode is the epic center of the World of Tzu Chi; it is also “the hometo... Read more...

A Thought Can Change Life’s Path: The Stingy Old Man

A Thought Can Change Life’s Path: The Stingy Old Man [ Master's Teachings ]
Many people are blessed with material wealth and live comfor...

Bringing Out Our Potential: The Bull with One Horn

Bringing Out Our Potential: The Bull with One Horn [ Master's Teachings ]
Each and every one of us has the great potential to attain e... Read more...

Giving with a Pure Heart

Giving with a Pure Heart [ Master's Teachings ]
The Buddha teaches us that we must not cultivate only to ben... Read more...

The Art of Leadership

The Art of Leadership A manager was deeply troubled by the HR issues, where he couldn't reach his seni... Read more...
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The Beauty of the Jing Si Abode

Volunteers

Are you prepared to put your kindness into actions and join Tzu Chi in promoting the goodness and beauty of mankind?
You are always welcome to join our Tzu Chi’s Great Love missions by becoming a member or volunteer. Please contact the Tzu Chi location near you.

" Be clear and complete when you talk and listen. Do not pick one sentence here, and one sentence there; or you may by accident intensely hurt someone. "
Jing-Si Aphorism