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From a Dharma perspective, healthcare is seen as a compassionate practice essential to the well-being of individuals and communities. It involves not only physical healing but also the holistic care of mental and spiritual health. Providing healthcare is an expression of compassion (karuna) and loving-kindness (metta), fundamental Buddhist values. By alleviating suffering and promoting health, healthcare practitioners fulfill the ethical duty to support life and well-being, embodying the Bodhisattva ideal of aiding all sentient beings.
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