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Tzu Chi Merit Association, founded in 1966, is the starting point of Tzu Chi’s charity work. With the vision and mission of “for Buddha’s teachings, for sentient beings,” Dharma Master Cheng Yen resolutely led Tzu Chi volunteers to serve society. They give with loving-kindness without regrets, compassion without resentment, joy without worries, and equanimity without expectations.
 
The development of Tzu Chi over the last fifty years embodies a model of charity work in Buddhism. Master Cheng Yen encourages her disciples to persist diligently to walk the Bodhisattva-path, take the Buddha’s heart as their own with gratitude for everything, take their teacher’s mission as their own, and help all sentient beings. Saving the world begins with saving people’s hearts. When we light the lamp in our own hearts, we can gather the power of great love from many people and bring infinite light to the world, leading to many fifty years to come.

About the Author
 
Pan Xuan
 
Born in a small town in Puli, after graduating from the Chinese language department, Pan Xuan worked in editorial and compilation work in various magazines and news media.

 
Over many years, she had the opportunity to write about people and ideals in Buddhism, spreading stories of deeds of beauty and goodness among people.
 
Pan’s work includes, Compassion in the World: Disaster Relief in Nepal, 50 Years on the Bodhisattva Path, The Spiritual Home: A Tour Around the Jing Si Abode, Buddha-land in the World: A Story of Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum, Seeing the Buddha in the World: The
 
Story of Dharma Master Yin Shun, A Profile of Dharma: A Hundred Years of Dharma Master Yin Shun, Slow Practice in Listening to Samadhi: Yin Qi Seeks the Dharma and Master Sheng Yen Answers,
 
Dharma Master Sheng Yen: The Most Precious Role Model, Dharma Master Cheng Yen: A Perfect Translucent Sphere of Crystal, Faith in Reading: Stories from 25 Years of Tian Xia Publications, and more.


  • Preface
  • Part One
  • Footprints of Charity – Inspiring Compassion
  • For Buddha’s Teachings, for Sentient Beings
  • A Day Without Work Is a Day Without Food
  • Fifty Cents Can Save Lives
  • Master’s Conditions for Taking Disciples
  • The First Handwritten Record of Donations
  • Helping with Necessities of Life and Death
  • Overcoming Obstacles of the Mind
  • A Hut of Love
  • A Blanket
  • Visiting Forgotten Corners in Remote Areas
  • A Deposit of Hope
  • The Doctor Is Here
  • Busting Superstitions
  • Part Two
  • The Challenges of Building a Hospital – Transforming the Fate of Eastern Taiwan
  • The Tree Spreading Its Branches and Leaves
  • It Began with Compassion
  • Traveling Around Taiwan
  • Difficult Steps in Building the Hospital
  • Loving Hearts Are Like Wellsprings
  • Laying the Roots Overseas and Building the Global Village
  • Part Three
  • Safeguarding Lives – Transcending Borders with Great Love
  • Wealthy in Life
  • Saving Lives Cannot Be Delayed
  • Wearing Mini Sangha Robes
  • The Cradle for Nurturing Medical Professionals
  • Jing Si Aphorisms: Words of Wisdom
  • Safeguarding the Land by Hand
  • Building a Bridge of Great Love Between China and Taiwan
  • Actions of Loving Care that Transcend Boundaries
  • Starting the Culture of Bone Marrow Donation
  • Fallen Flowers Fertilize the Plants
  • Part Four
  • Spreading Abundant Love Across the World
  • Families Helping Families, Neighbors Helping Neighbors
  • Setting an Example for Media
  • Bringing Medical Services to Places That Lack Them
  • A Medical Network of Love
  • The Vitality of an Island After an Earthquake
  • Education Cannot Be Delayed
  • Deepening Roots and Cultivating with Love
  • Patients from Overseas
  • A Different Kind of Home
  • Not Eating the Meat of Sentient Beings
  • Healing Diseases, Patients, and Hearts
  • A “Tzu Chi Entourage” from Thailand
  • Part Five
  • The Jing Si Dharma Lineage and the Tzu Chi School of Buddhism
  • Forming Affinities with Sentient Beings and Walking the Direct Bodhisattva-Path
  • Rising Early to Take in the Fragrance of Dharma
  • Persevering in Teaching Disciples Every Morning
  • Collecting Recyclables, Not Garbage
  • Long-Lasting Love
  • A Different Kind of Dharma-Assembly
  • Innovation Inspired by Compassion
  • The World Is One Big Family
  • Master Cheng Yen’s Expectations for Her Disciples
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