Christina Feldman

A Quote by Christina Feldman on womenswisdom, anger, and fear

Can you accept the moments of anger and fear as guests,
be willing to receive them with kindness without
feeling obliged to serve them a five-course meal?

Christina Feldman

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A Quote by Christina Feldman on buddhism, pain, emotion, and human beings

The human story is both personal and universal. Our personal experiences of pain and joy, grief and despair, may be unique to each of us in the forms they take; yet our capacity to feel grief, fear, loneliness, and rage, as well as delight, intimacy, joy, and ease, are our common bonds as human beings.

Christina Feldman

Source: The Best Buddhist Writing 2006 (Best Buddhist Writing)

Contributed by: Jessica

A Quote by Christina Feldman on buddhism, compassion, and wisdom

Compassion is not just a feeling; it is a response to pain that is deeply rooted in wisdom.

Christina Feldman

Source: The Best Buddhist Writing 2006 (Best Buddhist Writing)

Contributed by: Jessica

A Quote by Christina Feldman on buddhism, emotions, experience, and pain

In the midst of despair or pain, you may be convinced that no one has ever felt this way before. Yet there is no pain you can experience that has not been experienced before by another in a different time or place. our emotional world is universal.

Christina Feldman

Source: The Best Buddhist Writing 2006 (Best Buddhist Writing)

Contributed by: Jessica

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