Collected from "A guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life" wrote by Shantideva
May all beings everywhere
Plagued by sufferings of body and mind
Obtain an ocean of happiness and joy
By virtue of my merits
May no living creatures suffer,
Commit evil, or ever fall ill.
May no one be afraid or belittled
With a mind weighed down by depression
May the blind see forms.
And the deaf hear sounds,
May those whose bodies are worn with toil
Be restored on finding repose
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 hope;
Constant happiness, and prosperity.
May there be timely rains
And bountiful harvests;
May all medicines be effective
And wholesome prayers bear fruit.
May all who are sick and ill
Quickly be freed from their ailments
Whatever diseases there are in the world,
May they 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 benefiting each other.
For as long as space remains,
For as long as sentient beings remain,
Until then may I too remain
To dispel the miseries of the world.