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MAP YOUR PASSION
The Charter for Compassion offers this opportunity to become visible to other compassionate people from anywhere in the world.
And there is such a great need for everybody’s engagement.
The Charter for Compassion’ is “a connector”, creating this CO CREATOR MAP.
You indicate what your areas of interest are, and you can see who else shares these interests.
Please be assured that the information you share is safe and will not be shared.
Appearing as a co-creator on this Map is an invitation to participate in perhaps the greatest adventure of all time … co-creating the world that all our hearts desire … participation in an evolution towards a more just and equitable world.
A co-creator is humble and open-minded, curious to understand and integrate others’ perspectives, and is motivated by a higher purpose, i.e.:
If this aligns with you, please register on the Map of Co-creators.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to the Compassionate York Region team at email@example.com
When we see a Compassionate Path as a whole, it is amazing what Compassionate York Region sparked and what our Compassionate Community has already done
Councillor Raika Sheppard has put forth the motion for "the City of Richmond Hill hereby affirms the tenants of the Charter for Compassion and commits to restoring compassion in our society, and hereby formalizes its commitment to encouraging our City’s diversity and cultivating an informed empathy of others.
And the City of Richmond Hill hereby commits to the rejection of any practice that breeds hatred, violence, intolerance and disdain, on basis of one’s creed, race, gender or sexuality, national origin, religion, culture, colour, or constitution. "
Click HERE for the full motion
We'll report back on the council's decision
Sara Jamil spoke as a delegate. Click HERE to listen what she had to say.
The Richmond Hill Liberal editor, Sheila Wang, wrote about this motion passing and Councillor Sheppard's desire to have more compassion. ‘Treating each other better’: Richmond Hill commits to restoring compassion and rejecting hatred (yorkregion.com)
"Love, kindness and friendliness may be ways of being compassionate, but they are not compassion itself.
At the heart of compassion is the courage to look into the causes of suffering – in particular our dark side – with a dedication to acquire the wisdom of understanding the causes and roads to the alleviation and prevention of suffering with the determination to take action."
An amazing group of ladies are putting their hearts and souls together .
The Compassionate Community Initiative of York Region is weaving compassion into the social fabric of the community.
It foresees (4C) Creating Conversations for a Compassionate Community that invites voices across all sectors.
To build a compassionate community .
We are part of The Charter for Compassion, an international movement to promote and cultivate the principle of compassion and the Compassionate Way of Life, as articulated by the Charter for Compassion, so that compassion characterizes all human society and all relationships.
We respectfully acknowledge our presence on the traditional territories and ancestral lands and waters of the original stewards: the Huron Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples.
York Region is a colonial boundary that is covered by Treaty 13 signed with the Mississauga’s of the Credit, and the Williams Treaty signed with many Mississauga and Chippewa Bands.
As settlers we are uninvited guests. And we are all treaty people bound by the responsibility to honour and heal our relations with each other.
This acknowledgement is one step to reconciliation, as has been outlined in the Truth and Reconciliation Report Calls to Action.
An understanding of how our collective past has brought us to where we are today will help us walk together into a better future.
We pray that our Beloved Creator will help us recognize our common humanity, interconnection, and interdependence.
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