A MOTHER’S COMPASSION

Written by: Amanda Eifert Blogger at: MandiBelle16   When I was about four-years-old, my Mom, my brother Justin, and I, arrived home to our condo after errands my Mom had needed to run. We started to get out of our van when a woman approached my Mother. The woman desperately needed money so she could…

FIRST… YOU HAVE TO CARE

I hate doing controversial posts.  But sometimes you just have to stand up and say are you kidding me? Currently social media is starting to look like what it probably would have at the start of WWII.  And we can stop it.  We can use our voices to say… No that isn’t accurate and I…

FINDING YOUR PASSION IN COMPASSION

I am very happy to share this final post on compassion.  At the beginning of February a few good friends started the #1000speak initiative and more than a 1000 voices rang loud and proud on February 20th with their viewpoints.  I am very thankful for them and for all of my guest bloggers this month.…

THE LONGEST NIGHT

I have been wanting to post this for awhile now and today seems like a great day to do it.  Thank you Jerry for sending this poem to me and for being a good friend.  Written by DodgySurfer   Dark is the night And long it lasts My demons dwell On matters past   I…

OXYMORON

This post was written not as a duet but in contribution to my compassion series.  Since I am short on days this month he graciously agreed to share his post today along with my duets. Thorn blogs of his affair and of his heartache.  Relationships are hard and it would be easy to judge someone…

PRETTY COMPASSIONATE

I am constantly in awe of Lizzi Rogers.  She pours words out so eloquently and seemingly effortlessly. Say that five times really fast! Her words are never just words; they live, breathe, and jump up and touch you wherever you are reading them.  I needed a post for today because another one fell through and…

A KIND WORD

My guest today is a wonderful lady with bright eyes and a beautiful smile…oh and crazy gorgeous big hair.  I asked Rosemond to write a few thoughts on compassion for me this month and her words are a testament of how naturally kind her heart is. We hear the phrase fairly often in movies or…