Philosophy of Kindness

‘Just as we should cultivate gentle and peaceful relations with our fellow human beings, we should also extend that same kind of attitude towards the natural environment. Morally speaking, we should be concerned for our whole environment.’

Dalai Lama

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promoting environmental education, protecting all species and preserving the wild places with art, music and storytelling.
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7 Responses to Philosophy of Kindness

  1. Sam Zodiac says:

    I guess that is our original task- to be planet keepers. A task that we have not been able to manage very well so far 😦
    Really cool pic!

  2. I couldn’t agree more, our entire planet is interconnected. It is imperative that as a human race we realise this important truth. When we are inclusive and we value highly what is within our perceived sphere of importance and we relate to any externality outside ourselves it is far more difficult to cause harm to that. If we do this we our environment and maintain a sincere belief of inclusiveness our minds will open and so will our heart to the real possibility that the Earth is our foundation of existence and our platform off which our survival is based upon. SS.

  3. Helen Cherry says:

    Hear! Hear ! couldn’t agree more..

  4. How simple yet difficult it appears (because not enough people are hearing this).

  5. Gneiss Moon says:

    Was just thinking about you, studying Pele. Have you written of her ?
    Lovely post earthstone, namaste…

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