Buddhist Prayer of Metta Lovingkindness

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May I be happy.  May I be safe.
May I be healthy.  May I be at peace.

Think of Someone You Love

May I be happy.  May I be safe.
May I be healthy.  May I be at peace.

Think of a Neutral Person

May I be happy.  May I be safe.
May I be healthy.  May I be at peace.

Think of Someone you Have Difficulties with

May you who irritates me be happy.
May you who irritates me be safe.
May you who irritates me be healthy.
May you who irritates me be at peace.

Think of All Sentient Beings Living in the World

May all living beings in the world be happy.
May all living beings in the world be safe.
May all living beings in the world be healthy.
May all living beings in the world be at peace.

Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association

About the Author

Life-Cycle Celebrant Sarah Ritchie respects all faiths. She has received diplomas from the Celebrant Foundation & Institute, USA, where she now serves as a faculty member. Sarah wants to lead the way in creating a ceremony that reflects you, your love, and all the things that you hold most dear in the world. She lives in New York City, but brings along a hospitality that she attributes to her home, Oklahoma. In addition to this work that she adores, she devotes herself to a variety of charities on issues relating to education, children, health, and the arts.

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