Posts tagged as:

empathy

Maybe innovation, like curiosity, is more about turning outward than inward.

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Maybe I can’t change minds, but I can broaden their perspective—and mine.

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The toughest love

by Kristin on November 15, 2012

in Belief, doubt & hope

I finally have a definition for love! If only people didn’t make it so difficult to apply…

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How do we teach empathy in a polarized culture that tends toward blame?

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Are religious people less compassionate? If so, what can we do about it?

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We never completely graduate from being a kid, even when we have kids.

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Our sad, angry world is in desperate need of more kindness and grace.

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Crying & empathy have a place in this survival-of-the-fittest world.

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It’s good to collectively recognize & mourn what we’ve shared & lost.

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What could be wrong with teaching our kids to “do unto others”?

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