Sometimes I picture my compassion as a small bubble residing in the stomach, a moist expansive thing which is too cloistered most of the time.

Sometimes my breath makes it bigger, filling up inside me like a hot air balloon.

One day it will grow, leaving the swampy stomach and encompassing my whole body in warmth; or outward more, until it touches all, encompasses all, cradles all.

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