I have promised not to flood your inbox with messages. I only post on HappilyEverLaughterBlog.com when I truly feel like I have something to say that may make you smile or about a cause that is dear to my heart.
Today is one of those days. Please, read on.
Later this month (Feb. 20), you will likely see posts all over Facebook – and across the internet – from bloggers who have committed to submerge cyberspace with GOOD in the form of words of COMPASSION through the #1000speak movement. Yes, 1,000 of us bloggy people have committed to share stories about COMPASSION.
When you look up the definition of COMPASSION, you will likely find words like this: sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others.
COMPASSION. I believe this is one of the most important qualities to teach our children, and I would love to hear what COMPASSION means to the little ones in your life.
Please, talk with your children about being compassionate. Speak with them about the importance of kindness and caring for others. Then, ask them how they are/can be compassionate in their everyday life.
I invite you to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or send me a message on Facebook. I would like to include these messages in my post about COMPASSION on Feb. 20.
Please include your child’s message of COMPASSION, their first name and age. Example: “Compassion means hugging my brother when he is sad.” Sally, age 8
Looking to receiving these by Feb. 15 – but the sooner, the better.
Thank you for being a part of the #1000speak movement!