- 19/08/2016To have an idea what genuine human compassion is like, look at children.
Naturally open and honest, they don't care about other children’s background, what their religion or their nationalities are, so long as they smile and play together. It’s as we grow older that the trouble begins—we only smile to get what we want.
But when we see other human beings as being like us and show concern - that's genuine compassion
Comments19/08/2016 #4 Ali AnaniExcellent post dear @Emilia M. Ludovino and the idea of your buzz is superb. I thank dear ANees @Anees Zaidi for the tag. I may add that on the surface we might observe repellency, but inside we may have the stabilizing effects of the child in us bringing us together. What we see from the outside should not blind us from searching the balancing force. In fact, dear @Anees Zaidi wrote recently how his competition with his brother for the fruits (repelling forces) increased the two brothers' love. A worthy post to read