A couple of videos I’ve enjoyed lately. The Century of Dialogue by Ben Dridge Featured in the Seeds of Compassion Youth Voices Blog. And for a great laugh, Creature Comforts USA – Interviews about Art.
Seeds of Compassion is here. Some of the event details will follow… but first I’m so proud to share a video and article about a first and second grade class at my school that is using the Seeds of Compassion curriculum and was visited by Lama Tenzin a few weeks ago and King5 news. Please […]
Fish Friendsby Clara, Age 9, Brookside Elementary“My piece of art is compassionate because one fish is helping the other.” From the What Does Compassion Look Like Campaign?
Empathy by MikalaAge 6 Pen and Ink. Unsolicited gift to mom. Has been hanging on the fridge… Speaking of empathy and compassion, look at this recent entry to the What Does Compassion Look Like? Campaign. Wow.
Here are some articles and a video about Roots of Empathy, another program I am involved in that Seeds of Compassion has brought to the Seattle area. I’ll also take this moment to express my gratitude for being connected with these amazing initiatives. A deep source of hope and inspiration for our future. Parent Map […]
Dear Easily Amazed friends and visitors, You are absolutely the perfect people to share your art, wisdom and participation with this exciting Seeds of Compassion initiative: What Does Compassion Look Like? The campaign is geared towards children and you adults are welcome to participate as well. Invite some of your children’s friends over (any ages), […]
“Seeds of Compassion is an initiative to nurture kindness and compassion in the world starting with children and all those who touch their lives. By connecting parents, educators, and caregivers, Seeds of Compassion will inspire and empower adults and youth in the development of kinder and more compassionate local and global communities.” One of the […]