Bazi alis Subrata Ray

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Empathy And Sympathy.


Love turns to empathy when one sees God in all,
The sharing of the self in life's rise and fall.
Fostered humbleness, blooms the empathy's flower,
And with it God's bliss, spontaneously showers.

While sympathy is Ego’s hubris,
Authority of superiority finds release
Empathy is a cry for other’s suffering,
Sharing oneness with all human beings

Sympathy is worldly and mercy it may trace,
Empathy sees itself in all living face.

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Submitted: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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