Compassion

What if you extended the gift of compassion to all those you meet today by silently blessing them? This simple act will serve to acknowledge our spiritual interconnectedness. When we are able to salute the unity that binds us, we are more able to accept the journeys that each one of us is on, where all paths ultimately lead to the same universal spirit. It is only through respecting our unique differences that we may begin to affirm how interconnected we all are. Honoring this takes time, patience, and most importantly, practice. When you are able to see the value that everyone’s life has, you will find greater meaning in your own.

There is a plan for each of us, and each of us is precious. As we open our hearts more and more, we’re moved in the directions in which we are suppose to go. ~ Marianne Williamson

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About Wildflower Women

Welcome to my site. I am writing to give people inspiration to hold their voices, especially as concerns the grieving process. My hope is that everyone finds a little inspiration from my site. We are all a work in progress! Namaste.
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14 Responses to Compassion

  1. What a wonderful post. I admit that there are days when I am moving through the motions instead being grateful for the moments. This is a great reminder

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  2. Thank you, always a practice and I too need gentle reminders.

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  3. “When you are able to see the value that everyone’s life has, you will find greater meaning in your own.”

    Amen siSTAR! 🙂

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  4. Reblogged this on Teacher as Transformer and commented:
    It is an interesting process when we silently bless others. I am not sure how it helps them, but it always brings a feeling of peace and having done something worthwhile for me.

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  5. Morgan says:

    So Touching 🙂 A Great Post!

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  6. kanzensakura says:

    Sending those ‘silent” blessings always seems to bless me more…funny it should be that way, but it does make me happy to do it. I often will bless someone so they can hear it – usually by the Southern “Bless your heart”…

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  7. jenniferhofmann says:

    Hi! I so enjoy your blog (I’m living vicariously as you prepare — since my pilgrimage was last year) and have nominated you for a Liebster Award recognizing up-and-coming bloggers.
    Here are the details: http://jenscaminojourney.wordpress.com/2014/05/14/my-blog-has-received-a-liebster-award/

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  8. What a lovely practice heather, so simple a gesture of honouring our fellow men and women… and so wonderful to receive too… Barbara x You must be going soon on your inward journey… I know you are going to have a time of your life and I will connect with you ‘inland’… take care, love Barbara x

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  9. Thank you Barbara…begin walking June 12!!

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  10. The most virtuous of my core values, especially when coupled with action. 🙂

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