Do you have compassion?

My dear friend and mentor, Dayana Jon, gave me an extraordinary definition of compassion from her higher guidance, AMAG: compassion is the utmost respect and honoring of another’s choice even though it is one that you would never make yourself.

Take a fresh look at your life. Whatever you are going through ask yourself, “What is it I am trying to know the truth of?  What do I now know about ….?” Rather than feeling like a victim, consider how differently you would perceive life knowing it was your divine intention. From the place of a curious creator you can look upon your life as a grand journey of discovering the truth of every experience you are going through.


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  1. Bruce on April 3, 2013 at 5:52 am

    I get and agree with the compassion definition. Through Neal Walsh’s “Conversations With God” programs I have felt the truth in the idea that there is no right or wrong, there is just that which serves you and that which does not. So I feel in-line with Jon’s definition. I even understand there is worth in what I am experiencing and going through. I just don’t understand what is meant by knowing the truth of what I am going through. I understand that what I am going through is to teach me to be more assertive but what is meant by knowing the “truth” of it?

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