Harvey Kraft is author of The Buddha from Babylon, DOUBLE WINNER of USA Best Book Awards in 2 categories: HISTORY - General (nonfiction) & RELIGION - Eastern Religions

Ten Existential One Liners

Human beings are a bewildered species.

Lacking the ability to see the bigger picture of life, we define our self in small ways.

The number of small ways that we human beings are able to suffer is infinite.

The pain of suffering can be physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual.

Suffering can leave us damaged.

Compassion is an ocean of love that is hidden in higher consciousness.

Human beings are happier when they do good.

People with compassion have a larger view of existence.

They never run out of ways to love life in all its glory.

To be truly compassionate is to be free of bewilderment.