Compassion is for The Rich And Compassion is for the Poor
The Buddha appeared in the world for one person, and what is the big thing? "Enlighten all beings and enlighten them into the knowledge and views of the Buddha." Enlighten the truth and let all beings know that everyone has the same Buddha nature as the Buddha. The karma of the troubles of sentient beings comes from ignorance, and they suffer a lot of suffering. The Buddha was compassionate and enlightened, inspiring people to the spirit of great love, and bringing up compassionate ideas to save sentient beings.
Roughly speaking, "kindness" is for the rich beings, and "compassion" is for the poor; this is to help the poor and teach the rich! Seeing poor sentient beings, we must be able to show the spirit of great compassion, treat their pain as our pain, and try to rescue and help. This is compassion. On the other hand, we must develop compassion for the wealthy beings. We understand that the reason for being rich is that we have done blessings in our past lives. Since we have stored the seeds of blessings, we must encourage them to continue this blessing for a long time.
Fu is like a handful of seeds. We have to let him have the opportunity to re-seed. Only when there is sowing can there be a harvest. In life, we must have this mindset of helping others as the foundation of happiness. Wealthy beings are often drunk in the world. They have this power, but they have no chance to do it. In order to continue his good roots of blessing and karma, we do not hesitate to persuade him. Therefore, kindness is the way to teach the rich, and compassion is the power to save the poor.
We must maintain the power of compassion at all times and encourage all sentient beings with compassionate wishes; in this way, his good cause can continue. Therefore, you must always be alert to yourself, take good care of your own good roots, and cultivate the merits of others.