Far-Reaching Implications of the Charter for Compassion

“The Charter for Compassion is a summons to action, not just a feel-good thing,” British … Read More

‘Rachel’s Challenge’ Sparks Compassionate Chains of Kindness

You may have heard of the¬†tragic Columbine High School massacre. Out of that tragedy has … Read More

How Quickly Some Christians Forget they Value Compassion

9/11 was a historic human tragedy, but we extend the tragedy by using it as an … Read More

Women Leaders could bring Compassion to Politics

Throughout recorded history, men have made the laws, even in democratic societies where both men and women can vote. True, … Read More

Meditation Builds Resilience in Caregiving

Meditation broadens our perspective and deepens our courage. The spaciousness of mind and greater ease of heart that arise through … Read More

How Doing Nothing Can Help You Truly Live

We come to meditation to learn how not to act out the habitual tendencies we generally live by, those actions … Read More

How Silence Can Help Us Unplug by Sharon Salzberg

And that in essence is what unplugging is about — not hating our habits of news consumption or social discourse … Read More

Watering the Seeds of Joy

After 25 years of police and criminal justice work, Cheri Maples co-founded the Center for Mindfulness & … Read More

Openness to Whatever Arises

After 25 years of police and criminal justice work, Cheri Maples co-founded the Center for Mindfulness & … Read More

How Compassionate is Compassionate Conservatism?

Bush family presidential advisor and author Doug Wead is credited with coining the … Read More