Why Taoism and Jainism Disagree Over the Process of Suffering and Death

I get a host of questions via social media and through my website about the finer details of Eastern spirituality. So I decided to start a new series called Ask Jason. In this series I aim to unpack some of the great questions I receive. The question I tackle in this video is about our moral disposition when we see another being suffer. Should we intervene? Is it natural to intervene? What is our moral obligation or do we even have a moral obligation to begin with? These will be answered and much more. If you want me to answer your questions, please ask post them to my social media accounts or through my website with #AskJason.

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