Compiled by The Venerable Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden
Spiritual Head and Leader
Tibetan Buddhist Society

May all living beings be adorned with love,
Compassion, joy and equanamity
May they possess generosity, ethics,
Patience, effort, concentration and wisdom.

Thus by the virtue collected
Through all that I have done
May the pain of every living being
Be completely cleared away.

May I be the doctor and the medicine
And may I be the nurse
For all sick beings in the world
Until everyone is healed.

May a rain of food and drink descend
To clear away the pain of thirst and hunger,
And during the aeon of famine,
May I myself change into food and drink.

May I become an inexhaustible treasure
For those who are poor and destitute;
May I turn into all things they could need
And may these be placed close beside them.

Without any sense of loss
I shall give up my body and enjoyments
As well as all my virtues of the three times
For the sake of benefitting all.

May I be a protector for those without one,
A guide for all travellers on the way;
May I be a bridge, a boat and a ship
For all those who wish to cross the water.

May I be an island for those who seek one,
And a lamp for those desiring light.
May I be a bed for all who wish to rest,
And a slave for all who want a slave.

Just like space
And the great elements such as earth,
May I always support the life
Of all the boundless creatures.

May the blind see forms,
May the deaf hear sounds,
And just as a rainbow arises naturally from space,
May pregnant women give birth without pain.

May the naked find clothing,
The hungry find food;
May the thirsty find water
And delicious drinks.

May the poor find wealth,
Those weak with sorrow find joy;
May the forlorn find new hope,
Constant happiness and prosperity.

May all who are sick and ill
Quickly be freed from their illness,
And may every disease in the world
Never occur again.

May the frightened cease to be afraid
And those bound be freed;
May the powerless find power,
And may people think of benefitting one another.

May all sentient beings have all the stainless powers,
Freedom from all conditions of non-leisure
Freedom of action
And good livelihood.

May embodied beings have good complexion,
Good physique, great beauty, a pleasant appearance,
Freedom from disease,
Power and long life.

May I always be an object of enjoyment
For all sentient beings according to their wish
And without interference as are the earth,
Water, fire, wind, medicine and forests.

May I be as dear to sentient beings as their
Own life and may they be very dear to me.
May their negativities ripen for me
And all my virtues for them.

May I give profit and victory to others,
And take loss and defeat for myself.
May I abandon selfishly cherishing myself,
And continuously practice cherishing others.

As long as any sentient being
Anywhere has not been liberated,
May I remain in the world for his sake
Even though I have attained enlightenment.

May all worldly beings
Never experience war, fighting or conflict
And forever remain without bad conditions,
Such as earthquakes, disease or drought.

May peace pervade the hearts of all
That they will ever abide in joy and abundance.

(c) Tibetan Buddhist Society