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The Art and Discipline of Seeing Compassionately

The Art and Discipline of Seeing Compassionately

Nov 5, 2018-- "Prophets and sages throughout the generations have all agreed on this one point: how you see determines what you see and don't see. So if we want to heal the divisions in our country and our homes, we have to learn a new way of seeing." In this excerpt from his book "Practice Makes PURPOSE: Six Spiritual Practices That Will Change Your Life and Transform Your Community", Paul Schroeder offers insight on how to develop compassionate seeing. (7284 reads)


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