Prompts for Celebrating a Year of Compassion #1000Speak

On February 20th 2015, 1000 Voices Speak for Compassion held its first link up. Our intention for that day was to get a thousand bloggers together and spread compassion around the world.


As many of you will know, that plan for a single day evolved, and many of us have been writing about compassion every month since.


Now, as the anniversary of our first link-up approaches we’d love to see posts from you on how the year has been! This prompts post is a bit more vague than the usual ones, because we really want to you to tell your own story!


We’d love to hear what effect being involved has had on writers. Do you see things differently at all? Do you notice any changes around you ~ either in your circle of friends and family or in wider world? How do you feel about what you see?


We’d like this to be a celebration of compassion, and of the past year of working together to create a compassionate world. That celebration can focus on what you see as going right, but it also allows for feelings of sadness at what you wish were different. Feel free to include it all!


And of course, our work is far from over ~ where do you think there’s still more to do to create a compassionate world?


Please join us on the 20th with a post and feel free to grab this image to use in your posts to CELEBRATE A YEAR OF COMPASSION!

If you have any questions, let us know in a comment and we’ll do our best to answer them.


If you have missed all the excitement and don’t yet know where to find us, you can join over 1600 members of our Facebook group here.


3 thoughts on “Prompts for Celebrating a Year of Compassion #1000Speak

  1. Hi Livingincyn, yes we will be lining up themes for 2016, and we will post them on this blog very soon, so do check back. It will be lovely to have you join us, and thanks for your comment.


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