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Tzu Chi Logo


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Simultaneously bearing the lotus fruit and flower, the Tzu Chi logo symbolizes that we can make the world a better place by planting good seeds. Only with these seeds can the flowers bloom and bear fruit. A better society can be created with good actions and pure thoughts.

Ship: Tzu Chi steers a ship of compassion to save all beings that suffer.

Eight Petals: The petals represent the Noble Eight Fold Path in Buddhism

that Tzu Chi members use as their guide.

The Noble Eight Fold Path:
1. Right View 5. Right Livelihood
2. Right Thought 6. Right Effort
3. Right Speech 7. Right Mindfulness
4. Right Behavior 8. Right Concentration


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