Posts tagged Compassion
The Road Unkown

When we enter into the unknown, we are often confronted by fears, doubts, and insecurities. Yet it is also in those times that faith--in ourselves, others, and the sacred--has the potential to shine brightly, lighting the path towards growth and transformation. May this post inspire you to choose trust and practice compassion in the face of uncertainty. 

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Five years for Haiti and something on compassion I've learned along the way

Today, marks five years since a magnitude 7.0 earthquake ravaged Haiti. The words that followand the thoughts they are intended to formrepresent what I have grappled with and learned in these five years since witnessing and helping respond to the pain and suffering of so many who were injured, fell ill, and lost their homes and their loved ones that day.

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Karma, Corporations, & Spiritual Materialism

How might you add depth and dimension to your spiritual exploration? As Van Valkenburgh suggests in this article, “if we work to complement our gratitude with mercy and compassion for those who are less fortunate, we can move away from the surface-level spirituality that is really just materialism in disguise. And this may be what the world needs more than ever.” 

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