I got a new pair of glasses today. So far it feels a little funny. They’re bigger than my other glasses and I think I see more clearly, but I’m not sure, yet.
The universe sent me a message today… I was starting to feel depleted. Running from meeting to meeting, gathering to gathering, sitting in traffic. Feeling conflicted about trying to be in two places at one time. All important things.
Here we are – Friday again! It’s been a busy week full of community and compassion. This past Sunday Compassionate Atlanta was part of a panel around the New Sanctuary Movement in support of fair immigration practices.
A Great Turnout forUnder My Hood: A Benefit for Compassionate Atlanta “When we love each other the world wins.” -Coleman G. Howard We had such a beautiful event last night at the first benefit Compassionate Atlanta. Thank you to Coleman and all
Six degrees of separation is the idea that all living things and everything else in the world are six or fewer steps away from each other. You should try it.
Almost exactly one year ago, I fell in love. Her name was Clover, but we decided Charlie fit her better. She’s only two, black and white and about 8 pounds. A Havanese. And she has the best personality ever.
One hour. Can you imagine taking one hour for yourself every week? I call it my power hour – it’s also known as restorative yoga. It’s one of my best hours of the week!
Compassionate Atlanta is hosting our first special event and we want you to be a part of it! Join us for this special night of friendship, community, and story sharing. Bring your heart and get filled with messages that make
Last night’s Compassionate Atlanta Meetup speaker, Tavye Morgan, mentioned… “using Atlanta traffic as a spiritual growth opportunity”. Wow – way to reframe! So often, when speaking about compassion, driving and traffic come up as a hot topic. How does one
Do you ever wish we had a universal language? One that spanned borders, religions, even the ages?