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Compassion Games—Survival of the Kindest

By Duane Elgin — 2013

Given the success of the Compassion Games, the question arises: How can communities create opportunities for caring to be expressed more easily?

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A Guide to Intersectional Environmentalism

Knowing how environmental issues affect different groups of marginalized people in unique and often overlapping ways can help us build a more sustainable and equitable world.

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Searching for the Heart of Compassion

Call it love, kindness, compassion for all beings—it’s the real elixir, the only one that truly transforms life for ourselves and others.

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Kindling Kindness: Raising Our Capacity for Cultivating Compassion

In cultivating compassion, we grow empathy and positive regard for self and others. It encourages us to train our hearts and minds to stay open and offer our best to others.

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American Democracy Cannot Breathe

Yes, we must radically transform policing in America. But we cannot stop there. We must transform the pervasive systems of economic and carceral injustice that are choking our common life.

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What’s the Difference Between Compassion and Lovingkindness?

Simply put: compassion is lovingkindness in action.

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Here’s How to Channel Your Fear and Uncertainty Into a Life of Purpose and Hope

“When we are interconnected, when one of us heals, we all heal.”

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Why I Love Pandemic of Love

A testament to the power of giving and human connection.

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The Power of Sustainable Self-Care

Shelly Tygielski explores how consistently showing up for yourself first lays the foundation for our life’s purpose—showing up for others—and how to create your own self-care practice.

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Self-Care Doesn’t Have to Be Selfish: Mindfulness Teacher Shelly Tygielski On Generosity and Well-Being

Shelly offers a short meditation as a way of reminding ourselves that we don’t exist in a bubble. Whenever she buys something, even a tomato, she tries to stop and think about the provenance of that item.

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Shelly Tygielski on Radical Self-Care to Promote Social Change

Pandemic of Love founder and author Shelly Tygielski outlines how radical self-care can change the world.

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Community Transformation and Healing