I am one of the local organizer for Compassionate Seattle. We are focusing on deepening the work we are doing on the ground in our region and growing the online network and connecting each others cities, towns and villages through the International Institute for Compassionate Cities. I am a co-founder of a B Corp (private enterprise for public benefit) Ideal Network that is collaborative commerce for a values based marketplace.
Please make the Compassionate Action Network your online home for all things reated to compassionate action. We want to serve as a resource hub to support peer to peer connections, small group organizing, and large scale collaborations.
Share with us your gifts. We can use these tools to pool our collective resources and wisdom.
Communities need the will as well as the way. Co-creating a social network reminds you that just a few people can make a real big difference. I look forward to working with you on creating a compassionate future! Please reach out to invite others and continue to contribute to the network.
To learn more here is a paper I co-authored with Hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr. on Deep Social Networks and the Digital Fourth Way .
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San Francisco, CA – June 30, 2014 – URI’s Global Indigenous Initiative is honored to announce Hidden Seeds of Natural Healing & Curing, a sacred gathering occurring June 30 – July 3, 2014 at an undisclosed location in Northern California. This 4-day event is being attended by 33 Indigenous wisdom keepers from six continents, including two young people ages 13 and 14, for the purpose of engaging in critical dialogue about practical issues and concerns facing their…Continue
Posted on June 29, 2014 at 8:30pm
SEATTLE, October 3, 2013—Residents of Seattle and 19 other communities worldwide played in the Compassion Games: Survival of the Kindest, a “co-opetition” that ran from September 11-21, 2013. The Compassion Map leaderboard at compassiongames.org shows thousands of volunteer hours contributed, benefiting more than 18,000 people.…Continue
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