November: Blend 9
Compassion is a character trait innate in humans, but not necessarily being used by all humans. There are many ways to express compassion, but we will stick with just these three.*
First and foremost, motivate others. Many people find motivation to be something they struggle with, and in turn, they find it challenging to take action. Not taking action is like pulling over on the side of the road, not knowing what you are waiting for. With your help and the help of your group, encouraging words and positivity can uplift someone's spirit and get them back on the road.*
Second, say encouraging words. The world we live in today is absorbed by negativity. For many, it seems that nothing they do is right or working out for them. Instead of dwelling on everything they are doing wrong, use your words to tell them what they are doing right and encourage them to continue working toward their goals.*
Third, nurture your relationships. Nurture relationships by taking time to listen to others. Sometimes, a relationship can be built and nurtured simply by listening. You can contribute to the conversation using your encouraging words, but try to not take over the conversation; if you do, you are no longer listening. It's easy to be the only person talking, and it's much more difficult to hear the contributions of others. Listening builds a strong sense of caring and trust.*Download PIP
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.