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Unselfish Joy: A Neglected Virtue, by Natasha Jackson
In this short essay the author argues that the practice of mudita — sympathetic or unselfish joy — is just the antidote we need for restoring balance and hope to a cynical world. (From the anthology: Mudita: The Buddha's Teaching on Unselfish Joy, four essays by Nyanaponika Thera, Natasha Jackson, C.F. Knight, and L.R. Oates.)