Mar 15, 2014-- "On the train from Washington to Philadelphia, while on my way to my father's memorial funeral service, I sat down next to an interesting fellow who worked with young boys, particularly those in jail and prison, as part of an inner-city project in Washington, DC. He told me this story..." So begins this piece by Jack Kornfield a renowned psychologist and teacher of Buddhist psychology, in which he shares a touching story of forgiveness and explains how we can all tap into this great human capacity. (58825 reads)
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Gross National Product measures everything, except that which makes life worthwhile.
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