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Personal Virtues – the qualities Hindus are expected to develop in themselves, such as ahimsa, respect, empathy, self-control, humility and love

Her personal situation was that she was virtually (personal virtues) broke, but she was able to develop new qualities and before long she was amazingly successful.

Her personal situation was that she was virtually (personal virtues) broke, but she was able to develop new qualities and before long she was amazingly successful

 

Hindus learn to act with empathy (understanding of other people’s feelings), love and humility, aiming to always do the right thing.

These – along with ahimsa (doing no harm) – are considered to be important personal virtues.

Hindus show empathy by thinking about how others feel, and how they themselves would feel in the same situation.

Hindus try to show love to others in compassionate and practical ways through providing help when needed, including giving to charity and to those who do not have enough food or water.

They try to do all of this with humility rather than in a boastful way. A guiding principle is that people should help others because they are in need rather than to feel good about themselves.

This is a way for Hindus to accumulate good karma and thereby achieve moksha.

Helping people to feed poor people is one of the ways which Hindus can accumulate good karma - but it must be done with humility rather than in a boastful way.
Helping to feed poor people is one of the ways which Hindus can accumulate good karma – but it must be done with humility rather than in a boastful way.

 

 

 
 
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