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Tag Archives: compassion

Concern for Others

A few years ago a world-wide media event served as an illustration of how our society does not want us to get along with each …

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Washing Her Feet

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As a shy and insecure 13-year-old, I had a thousand different thoughts when my youth pastor asked me if I wanted to go on an …

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Humble and Kind

Eclipse 6’s first single shot music video! “We’d been wanting to do a song from the country music genre for a while but wanted to …

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God as a Father

It was shocking news. A three-year-old girl, nick-named “Pumpkin,” was abandoned by her father at Southern Cross railway station in Melbourne, Australia September 2008. They …

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A Spoonful of Kindness

Snowflakes drifted onto the windshield as the temperature dipped along with the sun. I drug my weak body into the seat, using every ounce of …

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What I Deserve

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“If God gave me everything I deserve, I’d have nothing left but bruises.” Two words in this quote make me really uncomfortable. “Deserve” and “Bruises.” …

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The Price of Compassion

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Have you ever thought about what has protected humanity from being destroyed? Maybe your first thought is love. But it is through compassionate acts that people …

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Drinks of Compassion

It was a freezing fall morning when I found myself waking up earlier than usual. Yet today it wasn’t to study; it was to have …

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