"Hi, I am Felix Mukuru Abwoya from KENYA East Africa and I humbly request you as one of the compassionate people outside Africa to go to HuRInOBuHeRI page on Facebook and like it or even partner with me. This is a community…"
UPDATE: New Year's Eve DAY: Plan OCCUPY 2012!Whether you’ve occupied in the past or are curious about an occupied future, come and support the common good. It’s up to us: business, labor, government, universities, religions, unaffiliated! It’s up to us: conservatives, progressives, libertarians and independents! Let us learn together how to: Model respectful, inclusive, post-partisan dialogue on issues that matter. Reawaken our empathy for each other. Build a community based on morality,…See More
Occupy This Moment!It takes a village to turn a moment into a movement.What might our village contribute to the Occupy Movement? We invite you to join with us on Saturday, December 10th at 12 PM at University Christian Church 4731 15th Avenue Northeast, Seattle on the corner of 15th Avenue NE and 50th Street NE. Occupy Wall Street is the best hope in years that “We the People” will take on the critical challenges of our time. However, many of us don’t understand the new terminology (People’s…See More
Whether you’re starting a marriage, raising a family, birthing a business, or building a movement for a new world, true partnership is essential for success. Partnership leads to loving relationships, stronger teams and deeper friendships – and a lot more fun.The only problem is most of us never learned how to create GREAT partnerships, which leads to far more loneliness, failed relationships and broken organizations.That’s why we’re excited to be co-sponsoring the upcoming free virtual event –…See More
"HONORING THE DIGNITY OF DIFFERENCE"Dignity Program Handout 2010(3).pdfJoin us for the twenty fourth annual Interfaith-Interspiritual gathering celebrating diverse faith and spiritual traditions!Bahá’í, Babaylan, Catholic, Celtic, Hermetic, Islam,Judaism, Lakota Sioux, Sanaatan Dharma...SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 20102:30 - 4:00 PMST…See More
Please join a gathering of community –In remembrance and celebration of the –Life and Work of Margo AdairWhen: Saturday, October 16thDoors open at 9:45amCelebration from 10:00am to 12:15pmFood and connection from 12:15 to 1:30pmWhere: University Friends Meeting4001 9th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98105For map and directions and RSVP: http://formargo.eventbrite.com/For photos of Margo, a short biography, and letters and remembrances, see http://formargo.wordpress.com/Note: This is not a potluck, but…See More
Camp Brotherhood, in partnership withNorthwest Interfaith Community Outreach (NICO) and The Sound Essence Project,presentsHONORING THE HUMAN SPIRIT IN DIVERSE CULTURES AND TRADITIONS~ Inspired by the Nuns of Gebchak Gonpa ~Welcoming Wangdrak Rinpoche,Abbot of Gebchak Gonpa, a Tibetan Nunnery, with co-presenter Caterina De Re, VP of NW Dharma AssociationWith special cultural tributes from the Tibetan, Mongolian, Native American, Sikh, African American, Jewish, Christian and Muslim traditions -…See More
** This Sunday we'll hear from Rafe Pearlman, World Music Artist; Richard Conlin City Council President, and Mark R, Jones CEO Sunyata Group. A wonderful night at an amazing place!Over the past two years a Compassion Movement has begun that is being complemented & strengthened by efforts throughout the region in Seattle, Bellingham, Vancouver, BC Portland and beyond. Join us to celebrate where we’ve been and to dialogue about where we are going together.If you were part of or touched by…See More
"Hi - I am writing to ask for your support in creating a compassionate world. When I started the Compassionate Action Network I was hoping that social networks could be part of how we activate the will and find a way to make just and lasting change.…"
"I'll be at Stone Soup tomorrow in case you are going. Otherwise we can be in touch after that. What part of town do you live in? I live in West Seattle but come downtown to teach on Tuesdays and Thursdays and right now I'm going to the…"
Hi, I am Felix Mukuru Abwoya from KENYA East Africa and I humbly request you as one of the compassionate people outside Africa to go to HuRInOBuHeRI page on Facebook and like it or even partner with me. This is a community organization that I have set up in a slum area here to support orphaned and vulnerable children so they can have access to education and opportunities that could enable them to escape from the cycle of poverty in which they live. The name HuRInOBuHeRI is a phrase in LUHYA which is the local language here in rural western KENYA and it means "we have COMPASSION"
Hi - I am writing to ask for your support in creating a compassionate world. When I started the Compassionate Action Network I was hoping that social networks could be part of how we activate the will and find a way to make just and lasting change. I am grateful that you joined this network and I sincerely hope that it has made some difference in your life and your community.
It was the action part of compassionate action that got my attention. So now I invite you to be part of taking another step forward together. I ask that you take two minutes to join the 10 Year Campaign for Compassionate Cities if you haven’t already.
We need 1,000 people to join by March 15 to have the Mayor and City Council follow through on their end. If you personally join the campaign and share or send this on to others we will take a big collective step forward in building our capacity to make change happen. This is not just another petition, what you do will make a difference. You can learn more about this here
You don’t need to be a Seattle resident to join this campaign, and this idea is spreading. Campaigns have started or are starting in Vancouver, BC, Bellingham, Bellevue, Issaquah, Spokane, Portland, San Francisco, and London.
If there ever was a time to stand together and affirm that what each of us does and does not do makes a difference it is now. I ask that you find the time to add your name to the growing list of people awakening compassion in our cities and our world. Join here now
CAN International Institute supports compassionate initiatives in cities, towns, counties, states and provinces, regions, nations, universities, faith groups,schools, service groups, and other places where human beings gather.