Gil Fronsdal leads a Guided Meditation Dharmette Tenderness. It's a feeling of the preciousness of our lives. The specialness of being alive and present. A tender heart.
Everyone has a tender heart somewhere underneath the hard crust. That tender heart that we all have is such a precious thing a valuable thing and if we feel it or into it, you can't help but to love people somehow.
The meditation practice is a tenderizer of the heart and that process goes on.
To be able to meet people in a place, tune in with people care for people, just sit there be present to love people. So having the capacity to be present to love people.
May you allow this practice, give it time, to allow you to appreciate being here to tenderize your heart.