I wrote this based on the Buddhist prayer for Metta (loving kindness), There is a lot of good research now that shows how, having good intentions for the well beings of others, can benefit our mental, emotional and physical health. Dr Elisha Goldstein points out in his book Uncovering Happiness how people with anxiety and depression feel so isolated with their conditions and also that humans, as a species, are no strangers to these feelings. In fact it is true that right now millions of people are suffering greatly with anxiety. This knowledge along with the intention that all those people be free from their suffering can support individuals to experience empathy, compassion and understanding for self and others.
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