Role of Compassion in Happiness

Eloquently Kate

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“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” ~Dalai Lama

It was Friday afternoon and my hubby and I were standing in the waiting room of the Cancer Centre radiation area. Our eyes were glued to the red and green lights above the wide doorway leading into the treatment room. The red light blinked “In Use” and I heard the click, click click of the radiation beam sending healing rays to my father-in-law, who I call Dad. The green light came on again. It was over. This was the 9th in a series of 15 days of treatments.

We smiled encouragingly as Dad walked out of the treatment room, stoic, proud and determined. “Pressing on”, he mumbled as we slowly shuffled down the hall toward the nurses station.

I don’t think any of us want to ‘go through’ things…

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Care Cannot Be Purchased

By Byron Hamel Follow Byron on Twitter | Facebook | Website This post was originally published on Trauma Dad. People who know me, know that I am constantly approached by people in need. People who know me on a deeper level are already aware that I used to shut those people down right away, keep walking, … Continue reading Care Cannot Be Purchased