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Lions Roar : January 2018
you have joys, sorrows, and pain in your life. Therefore, I wish you well. May you live your life with more joy and ease.” Toward Enemies Thich Nhat Hanh said, “While it is easy to love the lovable, it may be the unlov- able who need our love more.” So the next stage is to express your good will, to the extent you can, toward someone who has caused you some slight injury. Then, to the extent possible, you can extend these good wishes toward people who have caused you more pain, and to institutions and organizations that have caused you, your family, or your commu- nity pain and suffering. Let this develop naturally; relax and invite yourself to experiment with it. Toward All Beings Finally, you extend metta to all living beings in the universe. You might visualize yourself as a kind of lighthouse, with good will and loving-kindness streaming out from your heart and body in every direc- tion, including up and down. We want to be 360 degrees of metta. “May all beings be safe and protected from harm. May each and every being without exception be strong and healthy. May all living beings be peaceful and know true happiness. May each and every living being without exception live their lives with more joy and ease. And together may we complete the great journey of awakening.” ♦ Japanese Incense since 1705 www.shoyeido.com LION’S ROAR | JANUARY 2018 29