Sunday, January 24 – Far Enemy, Near Enemy

Each of Buddhism’s Four Immeasurables — loving-kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity — has a far enemy and a near enemy. Cruelty is the far enemy of compassion. That’s apparent. However it’s the near enemies that can trip us up — responses and emotions that seem wholesome enough at the time, but may lead indirectly to pain for ourselves and those around us.

Worship Leader: Rev. Cynthia Prescott
Worship Associate: Darya Aberback

Sermon Transcript: Far Enemy, Near Enemy

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