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- SKY ON FIRE
From "Yellow Rivers" to dingy
classrooms, life is extremely
difficult for refugees in Azerbaijan.
- LET'S CHERISH TIME
Master Cheng Yen remembers a
happy volunteer who showed the
importance of using every
moment in this impermant life.
- ENFORCING THE LAW
Law enforcement officials share
their thoughts on how to
administer justice with
- GO, MR.POLICEMAN!
An injured police officer in
Malaysia overcomes the
challenges in his life.
A cancer patient feels that it is
more important for her to do good
- THE ROAD OF LIFE
Like pulling a handcart, you must
always go forward in life, or else
you will fall back.
- I'M SORRY, PAPA
From her father and a prison
inmate, a Tzu Chi member learns
the bliss of spreading great love.
- THE VETERAN
Devoting himself entirely to
volunteer work at Tzu Chi
Hospital, an old soldier finds his
liver cancer miraculously cured.
- THE SCARF
Master Te Tzu discovers the
warmth of love.
- THE COMPASSIONATE
All living creatures have unselfish
compassion and love in their
- EVENTS IN THE TZU CHI
Tzu Chi briefs from around the