- a sensitivity to other people's feelings and a genuine interest in them
- Stretch out your hand and touch an object very gently and with great sensitivity.
- the sensitivity of a spider's web to the breeze
- Compassion and appreciation grow from silence and sensitivity.
- the sensitivity of the fingertips and the feet
- starting each day by reaffirming the intention to practice lovingkindness and compassion and to speak only what is truthful, helpful, and sensitive
- It is usually the imagination that is wounded first, rather than the heart; it being much more sensitive. (Henry David Thoreau)
- Choose any action in your day that is taken for granted. Bring to that activity the clear intention to attend closely to all its details. Listen to your body, be sensitive to the quality of your mind. Be wholeheartedly there.
- Awareness is the key. In the context of meditation, it means "waking up," being acutely sensitive, knowing, feeling, living the moment, sensing colors and contours and sounds and textures and smells.
- Meditation is waking up, becoming acutely sensitive, knowing, feeling, living the moment in its pristine state.
- We also often add to our pain and suffering by being overly sensitive, over-reacting to minor things, and sometimes taking things too personally. (Dalai Lama)
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