The Arhat Sugata is known as “The Dragon Tamer.” The “Dragon” here is interpreted as vicious desire and anger. Due to ingrained delusion, our mind is often not very tame or well behaved. With this un-tame “Monkey Mind,” we cause our own suffering and the suffering of those around us. When we tame and discipline this mind with right views and compassion, we are relieved from suffering. “Deep awareness of the suffering of another coupled with the wish to relieve it” is Compassion.