Com­pas­sion is a deep-​​seated value in every reli­gious tra­di­tion. Judaism teaches that the world stands on Torah, on prayer and on acts of loving kind­ness. Chris­tians cel­e­brate the story of the Good Samar­itan in Luke. And a major reason the Dalai Lama is so hon­ored is because of his Bud­dhist teach­ings on compassion.

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