Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation

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Is It Worthwhile to Give Love to the Students?

Is It Worthwhile to Give Love to the Students? A young man asked: Master, do you believe your work in establishing the medical s... Read more...

How Do We Understand Someone Who Is Discontented?

How Do We Understand Someone Who Is Discontented?Question: How do we understand someone who is discontented?Read more...

How Do We Nurture Talents?

How Do We Nurture Talents? A manager working in the Foundation asked: It is really hard to look for talented... Read more...

Respecting Life, a Discussion with Jane Goodall

Respecting Life, a Discussion with Jane GoodallInternational animal conservation expert Professor Jane Goodall, who has conduct... Read more...

How to Cultivate Ourselves

How to Cultivate Ourselves [ Master's Teachings ]
When members of the Buddhist Japanese humanitarian organizat... Read more...

Does Dharma Master Cheng Yen ever feel tired?

Does Dharma Master Cheng Yen ever feel tired? Question : You carry such a heavy burden on your back. Do you ever feel tired? Read more...

How can we use the wisdom of the Bodhisattva to educate our children?

How can we use the wisdom of the Bodhisattva to educate our children? Question : How can we use the wisdom of the Bodhisattva to educate our children? Read more...

What should I do when others do not appreciate my full devotion?

What should I do when others do not appreciate my full devotion? Question : I do my work wholeheartedly. Why don’t others appreciate me but instea... 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.

" It is easy to reflect on major mistakes, and hard to eliminate small bad habits. "
Jing-Si Aphorism