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An Expanded Family

An Expanded Family Headlights lit the ramp as a car left the basement parking lot of the Kaohsiung Jing Si Hall. Silence returned to the ramp as the car drove away. The scene was repeated many times that evening, but it was doubtful that any of the drivers noticed the sliver of light seeping from a crack between a door and its frame in the basement.Read more...
 

Care, Is More than Just Saying Good Luck

Care, Is More than Just Saying Good Luck When I was sick in bed, many people encouraged me to get well soon. But nobody e... Read more...

Returning to a Free Life through Vegetarian Diet

Returning to a Free Life through Vegetarian Diet Over the years, whenever I tried to purchase medical insurance, I was always rej... Read more...

The Sweetest Smile in the World

The Sweetest Smile in the World The sweetest smile in the world is the smile of a sick person. That is what volu... Read more...

Myanmar Farmer Gives Back to Tzu Chi

Myanmar Farmer Gives Back to Tzu Chi Since Cyclone Nargis devastated Myanmar in 2008, Tzu Chi has been working contin... Read more...
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" Good and evil originate in the mind. Good thoughts bring a ray of light for humanity. Bad thoughts bring darkness and wrongdoings. "
Jing-Si Aphorism