In our spiritual practice, we often emphasize the importance of developing the virtues of loving-kindness and compassion. But there is another great virtue that tends to be neglected: sympathetic joy. This is the ability to be truly happy for others when good things happen to them. It is joy that is unselfish. Why is sympathetic joy so hard to come by? What can we do to develop this virtue? How does meditation help?
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