Posted by: Upāsaka | 10/19/2017

Radical Loving-Kindness

May all murderers and killers be well, happy and peaceful. May they be free from suffering. May they rejoice in whatever merit they have made. May they meet with the Dhamma and practice it in this and all future lives.

May all thieves, tyrants and presidents be well, happy and peaceful. May they be free from suffering. May they rejoice in whatever merit they have made. May they meet with the Dhamma and practice it in this and all future lives.

May all cheaters, adulterers, molesters and rapists be well, happy and peaceful. May they be free from suffering. May they rejoice in whatever merit they have made. May they meet with the Dhamma and practice it in this and all future lives.

May all liars, deceivers and politicians be well, happy and peaceful. May they be free from suffering. May they rejoice in whatever merit they have made. May they meet with the Dhamma and practice it in this and all future lives.

May all drunkards and junkies be well, happy and peaceful. May they be free from suffering. May they rejoice in whatever merit they have made. May they meet with the Dhamma and practice it in this and all future lives.


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  1. Sabbe Satta Sukhi Hontu!


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