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The Art and Science of Compassion Reflections of a physician turned Buddhist chaplain - Shared screen with speaker view
Centre of Buddhist Studies HKU
14:40
Dear all,
Centre of Buddhist Studies HKU
15:03
If you have any questions, you can type your questions in the Q&A box. Thank you!
Lsho
37:51
I hope so. It is recorded.
Lsho
46:00
We will look into the possibility of posting it in the website of HK Buddhist Psychology and Mental Health Assn.
Lsho
01:37:30
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Lsho
01:47:55
Agnes Wong's book The Art and Science of Compassion is available from Amazon or any on-line book seller.
Lsho
01:48:37
My own book Human Spirituality and Happiness 2nd edition is also available from Amazon.
Alan Couldrey
01:56:01
Dear Agnes Wong, thank you so much for this evening’s presentation — very interesting, motivational, clear and helpful. Thank you.
hehua
01:58:22
Dear Agnes Wong, thank you so much for this evening’s presentation — very interesting, motivational, clear and helpful. Thank you.
Helen Leung
02:01:20
Thank you very much Professor Wong & Professor Ho. This is very informative and enlightening, much intake! Thank you so much!
R Leung
02:03:22
Would you please comment on how contemplative practice can be helpful to hospice volunteering. thanks so much for the wonderful presentation
Tracy MA
02:05:45
Can patients with brain damage to their compassion neural cells be trained to resume their compassion ability because of neuroplasticity?
TONY dickel
02:09:35
Fantastic Presentation. Thank you !…. a Q… I think you mentioned that wisdom without compassion can lead to a “cold indifference”… to me, though, can this really be wise? Do you feel that there is an such thing as “wise indifference”? Seems a contradiction to me?
TONY dickel
02:11:14
Thank you …
TONY dickel
02:17:40
How do you feel compassion lines up with the tendency to not be forgiving of people who have unskillful actions in their past ? … Should we be more tolerant, not only of people who are different from us but also of people who, at some time in their past, may have been, e.g. less inclusive, less tolerant, see mindful…. than us ?
Tracy MA
02:19:54
Thousand thanks to both of you!
TONY dickel
02:20:15
…… ten thousand :)