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38 results for 'compassion'

Love 101

By TonyBerkman, published on May 13, 2011

As a clown Dr. Patch Adams has been at 10,000 death-beds and has witnessed the power of love and compassion. In a quote he says, "if you have 7 days to live, I am your man." What a beautiful attitude and it couldn't be more true. We should all be so fortunate to have a Patch by our side. Well we are.

The written word cannot do Patch the justice that he deserves. Cher Duncombe had the privilege of interviewing Patch so that we can connect more with him and what compassion and love are truly about.

Don't take my word for it. Listen to the audio of this amazing interview... (more)

Tags: love, joy, compassion


By TonyBerkman, published on May 5, 2011

...drives us?

In an effort to better the human condition there is one force that is so powerful and contained in every human being that when we are able to tap into it there is no doubt in my mind that we can save the future of this planet and the future of mankind. That is the force of compassion. Within compassion lie the seeds of love, passion, kindness, caring and empathy.

Every single day millions of people carry out compassionate acts towards others and towards animals. Yet at the same time the destructive, negligent acts of others continue. What if on one day of... (more)

Tags: love, compassion, caring & BrooWaha Partner with Dr. Patch Adams

By TonyBerkman, published on May 2, 2011

SAN ANTONIO, Texas —, together with Dr. Patch Adams,,,,, Copywrite, Ink., and thousands of bloggers will launch an International Day of Compassion on May 15. The goal of the event is to bring attention to the need for compassion around the world and ask for the United Nations and countries to issue a proclamation for May 15 to become an International Day of Compassion, which will inspire people around the world to commit to one act of compassion every year. “These acts of compassion can be big or small,” said Antony Berkman,... (more)

Tags: compassion, international day of compassion, dr patch adams

What the world needs now is….

By TonyBerkman, published on Apr 27, 2011

The International Day of Compassion was created by bloggers and social media geeks.It's not a U.N. sanctioned day. Ultimately, with your help now, it can be. Let's get it started.

This is the very first International Day of Compassion. Bloggers and Social Media Geeks, Freaks and FriedEggs join in and make this an event that starts a Day that lives on!

Join US

Use Twitter, FaceBook, BrooWaha, FriedEggs or whatever social media sites you use to get your friends on board.... (more)

Tags: blogs, social media, bloggers unite, compassion, international day of compassion

The Angel Inside Us All

By Paul Wylie, published on Jan 17, 2011

Bright flashing lights and sirens accompany screeching tires that turn into the emergency room driveway, the angels that dedicate their lives to the saving of others never stopping for one moment in their endeavor to save the one they now bring to other angels inside the hospital itself.

A warm smile, as the eyes of another angel looks deep into yours as the gurney rushes down hallways, he or she reassuring you that all will be well, don't you worry now. A doctor's hands probing and prodding, diagnosing the problem. Firm but gentle hands, all working in tandem, they lift you onto yet... (more)

Tags: love, inspiration, back page, compassion

America's Most Compassionate City

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 23, 2010

Using a criteria based on several factors, such as a population of 150,000 or more, services available per capita, quality of services, and access to services, I have come up with America's Most Compassionate City. It's not a city that most would think of in this day and age of made up divisions like 'red' states, 'blue' states, or the increasingly popular 'purple' state terms thrown about by talking heads in MSM.

Founded in 1856, Lincoln, Nebraska quickly grew to the seat of local government, and was named the capitol of the state in 1867. Nebraska, having lagged behind the rest of... (more)

Tags: love, poverty, inspiration, homeless, back page, compassion

I know why the Indian Cried

By John Wolf, published on Nov 18, 2006

...not been for her family, she too would have been cast to the streets. As I found out later, the attending physician wanted her removed and refused any further treatment for her. Fortunately she was rescued as the hospital tried to release her. Have we really come so far as to give less compassion to humans as we do animals? Why is there no public outcry, no marches, no protests, for the weak, the defenseless, and the frail of mind as there is for the inhumane treatment of animals. Are we so aware of our own frailty, which causes us to choose to ignore rather than embrace our fellow... (more)

Tags: compassion, hospitals, corporations. society

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