We know that we are saved
As a result of our salvation, we are placed in the position to receive all the benefits of a rich and rewarding life. One who is saved is able to experience the joy of walking with God. Yes, sometimes that walk may be difficult and soul-wrenching, but our trust and faith will help us persevere.
The more we embrace the idea of our salvation, we discover the ability to interact with others who are seeking the same desires. Salvation also allows us to seek purity of life and the right relationship with our neighbor. We are saved and being saved each day of our life. It is a wonderful experience to know that Christ has died for our sins and puts us back in the right relationship with God. Therefore, I worship God!
Compassion for others
The great Buddhist nun and teacher Pema Chodron said, “An analogy for bodhichitta is the rawness of a broken heart. Sometimes this broken heart gives birth to anxiety and panic; sometimes to anger, resentment and blame. But under the hardness of that armor there is the tenderness of genuine sadness. This is our link with all those who have ever loved.”
So, the most important aspect of Buddhist faith experience is developing bodhichitta. This unlimited compassion for all beings awakens us and softens our heart. It means cultivating bravery and kindness to open to the uncertainty of life.