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Love and Protect All Living Beings
A love that extends to all living beings is love in its truest form. Master Cheng Yen explains why a vegetarian lifestyle is key to truly loving all living beings.
Pulling Together Through the Pandemic
Read in a series of articles how Tzu Chi has helped some underserved people in Malaysia, Vietnam, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, the United States, and Taiwan through the heavy economic impact of the pandemic.
Aid to a Nameless Village
The financial and food assistance from Tzu Chi was like timely rain on parched ground for Malaysian non-citizens struggling to survive the impact of the pandemic.
Helping the “Sea Gypsies”
This article highlights how Tzu Chi worked to relieve the plight of members of the Bajau Laut tribe, one of the most underprivileged groups in Malaysia, in the midst of the pandemic.
Helping the Disabled Weather the Pandemic
The disabled and visually challenged were hit hard in the wake of COVID-19 in Vietnam. In response, Tzu Chi prepared and distributed care packages that gave them hope and helped them weather the pandemic.
The Pandemic, the Fire, and the Garbage Dump
The pandemic and a huge fire landed a one-two punch to the underserved in the Dominican Republic. Tzu Chi stepped in to provide aid.
Alis Susilowati’s Good Life
Tzu Chi multiplies the blessings of a good-humored Indonesian shop owner as he struggles to make ends meet during the pandemic.
Care for Single Room Occupancy Tenants
What is it like to live through a pandemic in a single room, sharing cooking and bathroom facilities with ten to 20 more people? Tzu Chi is showing what “loving your neighbor” looks like by helping such individuals make it through these challenging times.
We Will Be There for You
Read about how Tzu Chi reached out to some current and former aid recipients in Taiwan to help them stay afloat during the pandemic.
Something More Important Than Money
Syrian refugees in Turkey have not been spared from the impact of the pandemic. Read one man’s story of how helping fellow refugees through the challenges they face has brought more happiness than material wealth.
Reach out, Make a Difference
If we are willing, every one of us can make a difference and contribute to the sustainability of the planet.
A Lifestyle of Conservation at the Jing Si Abode
The spirit of frugality and conservation at the Jing Si Abode serves as an inspiration for Tzu Chi volunteers all over the world, but all of us could benefit by following their example.
A History of Environmental Action
For the past 30 years, Tzu Chi has been committed to protecting our precious planet by following the “three R’s”: reducing, reusing, and recycling. This article highlights the history behind their inspiring spirit of environmentalism.
Repurpose and Reinvent
The benefits of recycling and repurposing waste plastic are significant. Here’s how Taiwanese companies are endeavoring to convert waste into high-quality eco-products.
Convenience at a Cost
The next time you use a plastic bag, think before you throw it away. There’s little money in recycling plastic bags, but failing to do so will cost us more in the long run.
Volunteers in China Mobilized to Aid Flood Victims
Flooding in southern China this year destroyed homes, businesses, crops, and lives. Tzu Chi responded to the devastation and extended a helping hand to those in need.
The Illustrated Jing Si Aphorisms
In spiritual practice, we must first work hard at cultivating our minds.
September 2020