Jon Ramer
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A little about me...

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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Related Organization(s):
The Ideal Network, The Interra Project, Natural Capital Institute
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Topics Related to Compassion:
Economic justice, social justice, cooperation, deep social networking

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White Buffalo Prophecy

This Prophecy of the White Buffalo has been kept within our Magaska Ptesan Wicoti, Hinhan Wicasa Oyate for more than 160 years. It was carried by Mato Gi, Phil Lane Sr., who was named Mato Gi by his Grandfather Tipi Sapa, (Black Lodge) after his…
Aug 31
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Jul 29
Jon Ramer is attending Joey Crotty's event

Call to Protect the Sacredness of the Salish Sea at Dial +1 (805) 309-0014 | Access Code: 573-865-605 | Meeting ID: 573-865-605

July 29, 2014 from 12pm to 1:30pm
Dear Friends and Allies,We invite you to join with us on a historic journey to Protect the Sacredness of the Salish Sea. There are significant increasing risks and threats to our beautiful region as well as inspiring solutions for how we can respond as a community. There is powerful and unparalleled leadership coming from the First Nations in British Columbia and Native Americans in Washington state. Now is the time to come together and we invite all of us who live in this region to unite in…See More
Jul 28
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Wakan Tanka (Promo)

The inspiration for Wakan Tanka is our elders - those who have witnessed the passing of time and human impact on our planet. Elders yearn to bridge the gap between the past and the present, to make youth today aware that our planet is capable of…
Jul 9
RJ Taylor commented on Jon Ramer's group 'Networks of Faith, Spirit and Action'
"Might I suggest Video Cyber-Meets for this Group...Love the messages and energy coming from Seattle, but I am not local...I want to attend! Here's a great program I use for some things I do...Amazing communication tool CLICK HERE "
Jul 9
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Networks of Faith, Spirit and Action

Cultivating an Interspiritual / Interfaith community-wide movement grounded in contemplative wisdom and practical compassionate action for the common good.
Jul 9
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At 4:19pm on January 28, 2014, Karen Lindquist said…

Hi Jon;

I am getting this message as I try to sign in to CS. Others must be experiencing this also. I do not have a PayPal account.



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At 6:35pm on January 10, 2014, Tom Fitzpatrick said…

This afternoon, I met with the principal of the Middle School, and 4 eighth grade core students.  We all agreed to meet Wednesdays after school weekly for an hour.  The young people and I did some brainstorming on how they could spread and encourage Compassion in their school, and how to achieve a high level of visibility.  The youngsters will think it over until we meet again (officially starting in February, but I will see some in church).

We began on areas they saw that needed improvement in Compassionate action.

We discussed attracting "buy-in" among their fellow students. (Compassionate Kid of the Week - for each grade - posted and announced over the intercom - a "mug shot" of a Kid of the Month)

I also offered the idea of working into the community.  (It is a bit divided, as it has grown rapidly)  The Middle School serves as a gathering place for many community functions.  We need to approach the Town Council to remind them of their commitment to the Charter for Compassion. (It has been cast aside, and forgotten)

We've only just begun, but there is a lot of energy and talent to tap.

Looking around the entry area of the school, I got a lot of ideas on expanding on posted items:

* Bear Awareness (discouraging foraging bears) * Energy Conservation * Africa (I'm planning a trip to Kenya, and have a connection with a teacher there) * Honor Roll postings (we spoke of tutoring/mentoring fellow students) * Pen Pals (with Compassionate City fellows?)

I will meet with the principal again early next week.

I would love to get a thread going somehow, bouncing ideas around here.

I don't see how to do it on my page.

At 11:15am on January 10, 2014, Diane Hetrick said…

Jon, I am planning to teach my next Compassion Cultivation Training class in February.  I was wondering if this could be posted on the Compassionate Seattle website.

I am now a certified instructor and want to keep sharing this valuable information.

Thanks for considering.


At 11:31am on January 7, 2014, Tom Fitzpatrick said…

Meeting tonite - - cel almost out of minutes for a week

At 4:46pm on January 6, 2014, Tom Fitzpatrick said…

Thank you Jon - looking forward to the new year!

I could use some help navigating this site - it looks a lot like Facebook, which I won't use because it takes up too much time with no benefit.

I am meeting the Middle School Principal face to face for the first time tomorrow night at a Boy Scout meeting , where he is pitching an Eagle Project - we will arrange a meeting to structure the Compassionate Kids Club

Tom Fitzpatrick

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33 Wisdom Keepers From Six Continents Convene in Northern California For URI Global Indigenous Initiative Gathering

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…


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 shows thousands of volunteer hours contributed, benefiting more than 18,000 people.…


Posted on October 8, 2013 at 11:08am


Games Run through September 21 with Closing Ceremonies in 18 Communities across 4 Countries

Residents of Seattle and 19 other communities worldwide have been playing in the Compassion Games: Survival of the Kindest, a worldwide “co-opetition” running since September 11, 2013. Seattle will close out the games with festivities and ceremonies September 21 – the…


Posted on September 18, 2013 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments


Games run September 11-21 worldwide—anyone can play


“We behave ourselves into new ways of thinking,

as distinct from thinking ourselves into new ways of behaving.”

from the Hoʻoponopono practice of forgiveness



Posted on September 9, 2013 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Reminder: Day of Action at City Hall 10 am tomorrow - Saturday!


You are cordially invited to join us tomorrow for a Day of Action at City Hall, Saturday, April 27th, 10am - 4pm!

Put compassion into action and find out what your neighbors are doing to make Seattle a more just, kind, and better place to live. Bring a family member or friend and get…

Posted on April 26, 2013 at 9:30am — 1 Comment


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