She said, compassion is a light.
It attracts those in darkness who then devour it.
Oh what a sad and bitter theory!
Compassion is a fire that burns freely
and radiates warmth and comfort to those who draw near.
Fuel for compassion is love and contentment, which renews the fire regardless if anyone has gathered to enjoy the heat.
Compassion can not be taken, it can only be given;
it is the essence of its fuel.
No one who is truly compassionate can be bitter,
because bitterness is the antithesis to love and contentment.
I love this. Compassion drives out bitterness
I think so.
Thanks for visiting, Tosha.
Well Mrs. Bird, now now picking on those whom are less passionate?
i see you found the snow button,
funny think i never remember until
somebody else starts snow on their blog!
I have no idea how to do it, Chris. It starts up every year automatically.
That’s OK i have started it already…
Is it snow in at your place yet?
Yup. Just a bit so far, but 30 cm are forecast overnight.
So! It is the next day is there snow now?
Now it’s rained and most of the snow that came has gone. Some at higher elevations.
Awe, there snow on the Lions peaks in North Van..
It’s getting to be winter everywhere
Awe, does it touch your heart?
Bitterness is resignation to the death of the soul. Too many people need the compassion that I feel.
I am so frustrated listening to someone who considers herself ‘spiritually enlightened’ and full of compassion, when she has been an embittered narcissist for fifty years at least. No wisdom to recognize that attitude is a choice, and she was unhappy because she deliberately chose, every day, to dwell on what she though she was missing, instead of being appreciative for what she had.