Compassion as a Principle
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Compassion as a Principle

Reward is within your reach; action is in your hand. Love and a belief in love will connect these two together.

As I begin to see more into my future goals and future

visions to contribute to the perpetuation of, contribution to, and improvement towards a truly more holistic, more integrated, and most sustainable society and world,

compassion and compassionate principles are becoming my true

north: the guiding compass against which to measure the direction and quality of all my actions, thoughts, intentions, words, and speech.

More than power, politics, business and

the humanitarian contributions that can possibly follow from them, compassion and the positive consequences that follow from compassionate action and compassionate behavior occupy my area of inte

While I see myself going down the path of business

that decision is primarily based off needing a career path to earn my livelihood, a desire to be a contributor to the working class and economy,

as well as a belief that business can be

a tool to accomplish the goals of compassion and that a business successful in this endeavor can be a symbol to reflect the merits of compassionate action and behavior.

Ladies and gentlemen, always find a way to stay practical

and you will eventually find yourself in the position where you can enjoy the reward of serving, teaching, and helping.

That practicality will give you the necessary tools,

convenience, technology, and time to apply your mental, physical, and verbal efforts towards achieving goals of helping, serving, and performing a countless number of compassionate acts,

even if they may seem small in significance.

No good act goes unnoticed.

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2 years agoReply
sweet man thanks @sydney !

sydneyVerifiedco-creator of Commaful
2 years agoReply
@sparshkothari awesome :) :) Will get these all shared in the coming days!

2 years agoReply
Thanks @sydney ! Hmm....not at the moment, its all working nicely so far! I'll let you know!

sydneyVerifiedco-creator of Commaful
2 years agoReply
@sparshkothari love it!!! super cool :) The images fit nicely. Any feedback on the creation process?

2 years agoReply
Hey @sydney ! updated this story to include multiple frames.

sydneyVerifiedco-creator of Commaful
2 years agoReply
Thanks @sparshkothari :) Got it! Let me know if you have any feedback :) Had fun reading through these

2 years agoReply
Hey Sydney! Thanks! Haha yeah I figured that would be the case...was just experimenting with different styles. Thanks for the example! I'll tailor my next stories in that fashion! This is pretty awesome by the way!

sydneyVerifiedco-creator of Commaful
2 years agoReply
An example would probably help :) https://usepencil.com/pla...

sydneyVerifiedco-creator of Commaful
2 years agoReply
Hey Sparsh! Haha looks like it wasn't clear how to make the post :) You add slides and then put your ideas in the slides. Pretty cool that you wrote things in the description though! Most people use it simply as a place to add a bio or add more links. Will make it more clear in the creation process