Smashwords – Six Degrees of Separation: 42 Days Through Faith (An Interfaith Devotional) – a book by Alexis Donkin Sacred text selections, daily writing exercises, and contemplations. Hindusim, Sikhism, Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism Click to get a copy or pin to save!
Smashwords – Six Degrees of Separation: A Curriculum on World Religion – In a world becoming smaller, one encounters different world views and religions on a regular basis. But what is the difference between a Sikh and a Muslim? What is the difference between a Hindu and a Buddhist? Education is key to working across faith communities. Click to get a copy or pin for later!
See "Global Spirit" episode 1 - scholar Karen Armstrong; we should help make religion a force for harmony. She asks the TED community to help build a Charter for Compassion -- to restore the Golden Rule as the central global religious doctrine.
You want to be compassionate. You want to be more empathetic. But are you compassionate to yourself? Unboxing your heart will help you increase your compassion, empathy, and so much more! Click to find out how, or pin for later!
"If we want to move forward, we must forgive our past" Inspiration from my compassion posts. If you want more compassion, get it on http://alexisdonkin.com! Click to visit the site or pin save for later!
Let go of guilt and shame (tipographic) - These are the steps anyone can use to let go of guilt and shame immediately. Use them as often as you need to in order to practice a little self-compassion. Click to read the full post or pin for later!
The Compassion Challenge from "Active Love Requires Everything" - pick one area of life you want to make more compassionate. Use the Compassion Test from the blog post to check what actions to take. Comment and let us know what you plan to do! Click to get the test and more, or pin for later!
4 Ways Art Makes You Healthier - art helps you connect with your inner self, encourages empathy and compassion, and makes your life experience better. Find out more with this guest post by Samantha Kaplan. Click to read now or pin for later!