Cultivating kind actions has been arranged into — WISDOM — ETHICS — and VIRTUES, and each of these generalized qualities has four mature behaviors. Each of those actions requires some forethought, but they can be learned, and they can become habitual with a little practice. Each can be practiced as a quiet meditation to help make external behaviors in anticipated routine situations become automatic.
- Compassion toward everyone for coping with their unresolvable problems.
- Love expressed as kindness by exposing helpful alternatives to their problems.
- Helping others by expressing enthusiasm for their accomplishments.
- Delight in raising others up at the expense of lowering oneself.
The following posts expand on defining these four basic virtues.