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Becoming Wise

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<div><img align="right" hspace="20" src="https://onbeing.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/022219_Becoming_Wise_FinalArtwork_iTunes_1PM.jpg?resize=320,320" width="320" height="320" alt="Releasing Anger as an Act of Self-Compassion | Sharon Salzberg and Robert Thurman" /><p>The last episode of season two. Robert Thurman and Sharon Salzberg are icons of American Buddhism, and they are joyful, longtime friends. They challenge us to reframe our anger by seeing love for our enemies as an act of self-compassion. “It’s very hard to see love as a force, as a power rather than as a weakness, but that is its reality,” Salzberg says.</p> <p>Sharon Salzberg is a meditation teacher and the cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts. She is the co-author of “Love Your Enemies.” Her other books include “Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness,” “Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation,” and “Real Happiness at Work: Meditations for Accomplishment, Achievement, and Peace.”</p> <p>Robert Thurman is the president of the Tibet House U.S. and the co-author of “Love Your Enemies.” His latest book is “Man of Peace,” an illustrated biography of the Dalai Lama.</p> <p>Find the transcript at onbeing.org.</p> </div>