Practice, practice, practice.

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More and more, I have found myself writing, talking, and advocating compassion.
While, no one argues with the prescription, there are questions about how to do it.
The response I give it this: “It is called a practice because no one knows how to do it well.” See if you can’t cultivate more compassion in your life – both for yourself and for others.
This fits with the previous message about habit and familiarity. The only way to get more compassion in your life is by doing it.
Spiritual-religious advice:
Practice compassion.
With love,
i best

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