Paths to LiberationSpiritual Essentials of the Passover SederWednesday, March 27, 2013, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm Guided by Rabbi Ted FalconWith sharings from:Father William TreacyRev. Tyrone GarayImam Jamal RahmanPastor Don MackenzieWith music by:Jon Ramer The Jewish Festival of Passover celebrates the ancient journey from Egypt, a place of enslavement, toward Sinai, a place of Revelation. Join us as we together create an Interfaith Passover Seder, celebrating the symbolic journey from places of…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.…"
Dear Friends,Please join us for our next NICO-CAN Brown Bag Luncheon Meeting on Tuesday, February 9th at 11:00 AM at St Pat's Roanoke House - 2601 Broadway Avenue East at Roanoke Street.Our agenda follows:1. WELCOMING BLESSING OR MEDITATION2. INTRODUCTIONSa. Reference your connections with our Group Intentions.3. 10 YEAR CAMPAIGN FOR COMPASSIONATE CITIES (Jon Ramer)a. Sign onb. Promote4. OneWorld 2011 (Mohammad Fani)5. INTERFAITH ADVOCACY DAY (Olympia, February 16th) (Guo Cneen)a. Discussion…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 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
Ari...good to see you at the NICO meeting yesterday. Sorry I had to leave before it broke up, but I had a job to go to. I signed up on the Compassionate Cities Campaign after Jon Ramer did a little pitch at ICC a couple of weeks ago.
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.