Posts in "Pursuit of Compassion"
Warrior Compassion

Well...I was a Warrior!  My station in life, my dhrama was to be a Warrior.  WAIT A SECOND!  How can I be both a Warrior and a compassionate person?  How can I play a pivotal role in the destruction of physical property, ideology, and even...human life...and still live a life worthy of living?  A life of love and loving.  A life instep with that which I believe to be true.  

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The Power of Words in Our Pursuit of Compassion

The fact of the matter is that the exact number is irrelevant. Knowing that communication is specifically 75% nonverbal or 90% nonverbal holds no practical applications. The important part is that most communication is nonverbal. In fact, nonverbal behavior is the most crucial aspect of communication. - Blake from The NonVerbal Group

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Bad Days and Compassion

Bad days aren't only associated with being attacked...physically!  Sometimes we are mentally or even spiritually attacked.  These attacks sometimes come in the form of a pill, a drink, or thoughts.  Often times when we have a relapse to bad habits, or past trauma, we consider it a bad day.  These bad days can turn into bad weeks...maybe longer.  

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